A little while ago I made a guacamole omelette with salsa and while I was enjoying it I thought about the black bean guacamole that I had liked so much and I wondered how a black bean guacamole omelette would work. The black bean guacamole is nice and creamy similar to an avocado guacamole and I figured that the bean version would be a nice healthy alternative to the avocado version. I kept the recipe dead simple with just the eggs, the black bean guacamole, some cheese and salsa and it was really easy to make. I may have overstuffed my omelette a bit (just look at all of that black bean guacamole and melted cheese oozing out), but it was mighty tasty! The black bean guacamole certainly worked well in an omelette like this and it made for a perfectly satisfying breakfast. I think I prefer the avocado version just slightly as the avocados creaminess is a bit more juicy than the black beans creaminess and that works a little better with the eggs but this will be a great alternative! Now I am thinking refried beans... :)
Black Bean Guacamole Omelette
- 2 eggs (lightly beaten)
- 1/4 cup cheddar cheese (grated)
- 1/4 cup black bean guacamole
- 1/4 cup salsa
- Heat a pan, pour the eggs in and let them cook until they just start to set.
- Sprinkle the cheese on and let it start to melt, about a minute.
- Spread the guacamole over half of the eggs and cook until the eggs have set, about a minute.
- Fold the the egg over the guacamole and slip the omelette onto a plate.
- Pour the salsa onto the omelette and enjoy.