John O'Hagan / Styling Mindi Shapiro Levine / Food Styling Marian Cooper Cairns

Omelets aren't just for breakfast anymore! Try one for dinner tonight—your family will thank you.


Eggs are my go-to ingredient when I’m short on time or cooking on a budget. Test Kitchen Professional Norman King bulked up the average breakfast omelet with sliced andouille sausage, bell pepper, onion, and Monterey Jack cheese to create a delicious Cajun-inspired dish that can be enjoyed anytime of the day. Be sure to try our delicious shrimp variation too. Keep in mind, the first omelet takes a little longer (45 seconds to 1 minute) to cook than the last due to the heat of the pan.

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