The Egg on Egg Cajun Omelet is Sweeping Acadiana [PHOTOS]
Ready to take your favorite omelet to a whole new level. Some of you already know about the Egg on Egg Cajun Omelet, but to most, it's still a mystery...until now. The Egg on Egg Cajun Omelet will take any omelet you can dream up to a whole new level of taste, texture and flavor. And it's ridiculously easy to make.
Start with your favorite omelet. What you put on it or in it doesn't matter at all. Remember, the mission is to make YOUR favorite omelet better in every way.
Add cheese, jalapenos, tomatoes, sausage, bell pepper, bacon, ham, mushrooms, or nothing at all, whatever makes you happy. Season with salt, pepper or your favorite Cajun seasoning. Again, this is YOUR favorite omelet so season it the way you'd like.
You can make these at home or order from any restaurant in America that will make an omelet. Just have them bring you two or three sunnyside-up eggs on the side.
Create an Omelet
Bacon, Ham and Cheese Omelet
Meat and Cheese Omelet
Make your favorite omelet and season it to your liking. These photos are examples of KETO-friendly omelets, but your omelet should contain whatever YOU like.
Prepare two or three eggs (depending on how large your omelet is) sunnyside-up. There are two ways to make sunnyside-up eggs in Acadiana. Some of you will plop an egg in a skillet and cook it without flipping it. That method works best for the Egg on Egg Cajun Omelet.
Having the lovely yellow/orange yoke dome on your eggs is perfect.
Some of you will flip your egg in the skillet so that you can rest assured the egg is completely cooked. That's fine too. The only difference is that your eggs won't be as "runny". But...no worries.
Flipped Sunnyside-Up Eggs
Now, put the sunnyside-up eggs on your omelet. (At this point, your mouth should be watering and your heart rate should be increasing in anticipation)
Sunnyside-Up Egg on Egg Cajun Omelet
Flipped Sunnyside-Up Egg on Egg Cajun Omelet
Cut the sunnyside-up eggs so that the egg whites mix in with the cooked omelet underneath. This gives the omelet a wonderful, moist texture that it doesn't have otherwise. But the showstopper is when the yoke mixes with the omelet below.
Egg on Egg Cajun Omelet
The Cajun Egg on Egg Omelet ends up looking like this in the end. You will love it.