Step 1: Ingredients
This omelet was made for three people, but would be great for two hungry people!
-3 egg whites
-3 whole eggs
*by using some egg whites and some whole eggs, the outcome is a less condensed omelet, I prefer this lighter mixture but feel free to use 4/5 whole eggs to achieve the same amount of omelet base*
-1/2 cup salsa
-1/4 cup of cheese (add more if you like!)
-1 large hand-full of tortilla chips, crushed
-1 Tablespoon of olive oil for the pan
Step 2: Cooking the Base
Notice that when you are half way cooked, the uncooked egg will act like an adhesive glue for small fixings like crushed tortilla chips or cheese pieces, as it cooks the tortilla bits will remain intact with the omelet base. This is handy, so that when you do fold, flip, or serve your omelet, none of the little pieces get thrown around your kitchen, and more is left for you! ;-)
Step 3: Last Fixing: Taco
Because our taco bell-taco had lettuce in it, we decided to leave it for last. Cooked lettuce is not quite a delicacy. By the time we added this, the omelet base was almost totally cooked.
We cut it up a bit with a knife, and then crumbled bits and pieces amongst the pan.