MONDAY MORNING OMELET

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Football season is on and popping, let’s get ready for the next game. As you already know, I have picked the Kansas City Chiefs to win it all. Kansas City is noted for BBQ, coleslaw, baked beans and a host of other southern dishes.  Today I am serving a Kansas City Chiefs omelet for breakfast.

SWEET POTATO 0MELET

1/2 stick butter, 5 small sweet potatoes, 2 green onions, minced,  1/4 cup Mexican chorizo sausage remove from casing and cubed, 3 tablespoons spinach, rolled and thinly sliced,  4 eggs, 3 tablespoons milk, oil for frying.

Pierce 2 of the sweet potato with a fork put them in a plastic bag and cook them in the microwave on potato.  Remove and peel the potato, cube, set aside. In a bowl, whisk the eggs and milk.  Get out a cast-iron skillet melt the butter. Add the chorizo cook until done, add the cubed sweet potatoes, continue to cook until the sweet potatoes are light brown. This will take 7 to 10 minutes.  Add the green onions and spinach stir well and continue to cook. Salt and pepper to taste.  Add the egg mixture.  The eggs will spread to the end of the skillet and become fluffy.  Allow this mixture to brown around the edges and bubble in the middle which indicates the omelet is done.  With a spatula fold the omelet and remove it from the skillet. Slice the remaining 3 sweet potatoes in quarters. Get out a heavy skillet add about 2-inches of oil, heat oil to 400 degrees, add the potato quarters into the hot oil.  Fry to a golden brown.  Remove from the skillet when the potatoes are golden brown, sprinkle with salt, sugar, and cinnamon.   Serve the fried potatoes with the omelet.

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