How to make a Mexican omelette in the Instant Pot
Good day folks! Today I am sharing how to make a Mexican Omelette in the Instant Pot. I know that egg bites are all the rage in the Instant Pot. They are pretty amazing and fun to make, however lets be real, they aren’t the prettiest looking blobs!~ They sure taste great though. I love making my food not only tasting great but making it look pretty too. It sure makes a statement on the table. I absolutely adore this little pan. I have made so many fun and tasty dishes and desserts. You can find my meatloaf HERE, and some delicious desserts HERE.
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For this recipe you will need eggs, Rotel, (diced tomatoes and green chilis), a dash of cayenne pepper, shredded Mexican cheese and milk or water is fine too.
If you are not familiar with Rotel, you may want to get yourself acquainted. Rotel can be used in many dishes, dips, casseroles and more.
For this Mexican omelette I used the Original. It had only a slight kick to it and that is where the cayenne came in to take it up slightly.
This is my omelette coming out of the Instant Pot and cooling down before I flipped it over.
I cut up half and avocado and topped with a little franks hot sauce.
It was the perfect lunch for my husband and I. Enjoy. Let me know what you think.
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