Back to School Sausage and Potato Omelette Wraps

Sausage and Potato Omelette WrapsI love this combo: eggs, sausages and potatoes. When I’m in Peru I sometimes use yucca instead of our beloved potatoes, and believe it or not, this makes all the difference in the world! So try it either way and decide for yourself (or let your kids decide) which one is best.

This recipe is especially good when you have kids that are going back to school, so you can make these fun and tasty wraps for their lunchbox or you can have them ready in the afternoon when they come back from a long day in school.

Sausage and Potato Omelette Wraps

I love to use leftovers to create new, easy and comforting dishes. And leftovers + Flatout Flatbread always make a quick and healthy lunch or dinner so it’s a combination I like to go to often. For example, if I have some sausages, eggs, and a few potatoes like I did when I made this recipe, I can fix this unpretentious and nourishing wrap in no time at all. If the potatoes are already cooked, even better! I only need to sauté them for a few minutes in a skillet until golden brown.

Sausage and Potato Omelette WrapsSausage and Potato Omelette WrapsUse any sausages you have in the fridge: chicken, pork, beef, even vegetarians will do!

Sausage and Potato Omelette WrapsSausage and Potato Omelette WrapsBe careful with the skillet you use for this task. You need a non stick one to turn around the omelette in one piece. Looks are important. If our little ones have a beautiful wrap in front of them they will eat it and enjoy it much more.

Sausage and Potato Omelette WrapsSausage and Potato Omelette WrapsSausage and Potato Omelette WrapsPlace the omelette on top of the flatbread. Roll like a jelly roll, and then wrap in a piece of wax paper.

Cut in half and serve immediately. Accompany this wrap with some fruits. Your kids will love it!

Sausage and Potato Omelette Wraps

And speaking of this very handy flatbreads, every variety is low in fat, a good source of fiber, and of course perfect for wraps like this one, pinwheels, and super easy pizzas or appetizers. If this recipe has spiked your curiosity and you want to know what else you can do with them, just visit the Flatout website for more recipes, and to find the stores where you can buy these flatbreads.

FYI: these are not tortillas! But they are equally thin, tasty, and practical. I love them because they help me make lots of yummy recipes that are low in calories and carbs.

Sausage and Potato Omelette WrapsSausage and Potato Omelette WrapsSausage and Potato Omelette Wraps

Sausage and Potato Omelette Wraps
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Recipe type: Sandwich
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Serves: 1
 
Ingredients
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 small potato, diced
  • 2 sausages, sliced
  • 1 tablespoon chopped parsley
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 Flatout bread
Instructions
  1. Heat the vegetable oil in a small skillet. Fry the potato until golden brown.
  2. Transfer to a dish covered with a kitchen towel and set aside.
  3. Fry the sausages in the same skillet. Add the reserved potatoes and the parsley.
  4. Season the eggs with salt and pepper and pour on top of the potatoes and sausages, cooking at medium heat until set. Turn the omelette to cook the other side for one minute.
  5. Put the omelette on top of the Flatout bread, roll like a jelly roll.
  6. Cut in half and serve.

 

 

Comments

  1. Yum! These sound so good, and filling for little bellies when they are going off to school.

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