D.a.T. Peperoni Chorizo Cheese Omelette.
Recipe by Ukulele Jay BBQ

 D.a.T. Shooter Omlette

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Description: D.a.T. Peperoni Chorizo Cheese Omlete topped with sour cream D.a.T. sauce, garnished with parsley. A side of Bill-E's bacon (billesbacon.com) is always a must along with a toasted bagel and cream cheese topped with everything seasoning from Ocean State Pepper Co. (rhodypepper.com)

Keywords: Chorizo, Cheese, Omlette, Omlete,

Category: Breakfast

Cuisine: American

3 eggs
2 Tbsp heavy cream
1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
3 portions of 1/2 Tbsp D.a.T. SaUcE
1 ½ Tbsp Light Sour Cream
10 slices pepperoni
1 oz ground Chorizo
2 tsp Smoked Paparika


  • Whip with the eggs and heavy cream together in a small bowl. Heat pan to medium heat.  Once pan is heated, add chorizo and pepperoni which will give you the oil you need to cook the omelette. I use Hexclad non-stick pans so I do not add any other type of oil or spray nonstick.
  • After your chorizo and pepperoni are cooked well done, sprinkle your cheddar and mozzarella cheese over the chorizo and pepperoni (do not add egg yet).
  • After waiting about 30 seconds pour the egg over the top of the melting cheese and then put the additional cheese on top of the egg while it's cooking.
  • Let the eggs cook until they start firming up which at that time you want to flip your egg over and in half to create the luck you see in the photo.
  • After approximately two minutes flip it over to the other side ensure you get a good cook all the way through. The omelette should be light and fluffy with the meat and cheese throughout the entire omelette. 
  • Takeoff your omelette and place your D.a.T sauce shooters (dat-sauce.com)on top.
  • Making the shooters is simple. Use approx. 1/2T of sour cream. 
  • Create the cup indenting the sour cream to create a reservoir and pour your D.a.T. Sauce in the reservoir
  • Sprinkle with Smoked Paprika and add Parsley (which isn't just garnish). I love eating parsley blended with certain foods which provide the complexity of a 4th flavor.


Be patient and do not cook your omelette on heat! Medium max. Each pan cooks differently so make sure you watch your omelet so you don't burn it with the cheese.

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