OK, this is an idea born from boredom back in about 1985.
I was working in a hotel kitchen while taking a year off between my Senior Year in High School and the beginning of my soon-to-be-defunct College attempt. We were having a snowstorm so NO ONE was coming in for the breakfast rush - other than the travelers who were stranded in the snowstorm and staying at the hotel.
One of the waiters came in the kitchen - with a customer. Now, this isn't normal behavior (how many of you follow your waiter into the kitchen?) but there he was none-the-less. The guy has a challenge for us, one that we would rise to so triumphantly that the final result was added to the permanent menu in 1987.
The guy wanted a Pizza - but no one was delivering. He wanted Pizza - but we didn't serve it at the restaurant. So, after a few ideas I told the guy to have a seat and we'd deliver him something he would like, guaranteed. He left and we created - THE PIZZA OMELETTE!!
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Think Calzone - just with folded egg instead of crust.
-Three egss scrambled and laid out on the griddle-Once eggs are cooked through, add 1/4 cup Pizza Sause and spread thin
-Add your toppings like you would on a Pizza, then a thin layer of shredded mozzarella.
-Fold it tight, top with more mozzarella and place in the melter (or a stove if at home)
Yes, he LOVED it!!! LOVED IT!!!