First you want to start off by chopping fresh parsley, onions and scallions, throwing in 2-3 already cooked potatoes with the skin still on them. Chop them all together until finally blends all evenly.
Prepare your pan with heating up a tablespoon of butter, and yes, a fatty strip of bacon. (Everything tastes better with bacon!) This really flavors it up. Add your spices, like salt, pepper, garlic powder and a touch of chili powder to give it a slight kick. Stir it up and don't let it get stuck to the pan. Some of it will, but that's okay.
Throw the pig in the pan, so it'll cook while you're making your delicious home fries. I usually set it to "5" on the stove so it cooks evenly and it doesn't get too too crisp, nor too rubbery when undercooked. Bleck. When your first bacon strip looks cooked - chop it up in tiny little pieces and throw it in the home fries.
You can use either regular eggs with the yolk, or you can do what I do - I make my omelets with egg whites only. I just prefer them that way. The eggs are the last to be thrown in the pan because they seem to cook faster. I take a wooden spoon and move the eggs around, as if you were making scrambled eggs, so it gives it a 'messy-lumpy' look. I love that. I'm not a fan of a clean and neat omelet. No fun...
Then, add your home fries into the middle of your eggs in a straight-ish line, along with strips of cheese. Then, fold.
It's so important to use a non-stick pan! Also, use Pam cooking spray for the omelet because it works so much better than say, butter or any other type of oily substance. If you use butter, sometimes it'll stick to the pan leaving you with a holy omelet. Cut the omelet evenly in half and place each of them onto a slice of bread and add your bacon.
And voila - put it all together and you have heaven in approximately 10 minutes. Bon appetit!
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