Some smoked ham recipes for breakfast omelettes are a ham and cheese omelette recipe found in Southern Living magazine and on Myrecipes.com and corn, green pepper, ham and cheese omelette found on Fine cooking.com. Omelettes are a traditional breakfast item.
To make a ham and cheese omelette, six large eggs, 2 tablespoons of fresh chives, 1 cup of chopped smoked ham and 1/2 cup of Havarti cheese are needed, according to a recipe in Southern Living magazine and on Myrecipes.com. Alternatively, 2 tablespoons of fresh corn kernels, two large eggs, one slice of Jarslberg cheese and one slice of smoked ham are needed for the corn, green pepper, ham and cheese omelette found on Finecooking.com. Havarti cheese lends a creamy buttery taste to a traditional omelette, according to Southern Living. The recipe found on Finecooking.com adds a Western twist to the traditional omelette and is a hearty breakfast. To make an omelette, the eggs should be whisked in a bowl, added to a hot skillet, covered and left to cook for about two minutes. Any desired ingredients, such as peppers, onions, cheese and tomatoes, can either be sautéed before adding the eggs to the skillet or added after the eggs are cooked.