And then I got to thinking: what uses eggs but doesn't really taste like eggs? Omelettes with salsa. They taste great and you have a very fresh omelette which you can eat immediately.
Confession time: I love salsa and I put it or Sriracha on pretty much everything that I eat. Brown rice + avocado + salsa = yummy time! Etc etc etc. Anything tastes better with salsa.* So I looked up how to make an omelette and followed the instructions and dumped lots of salsa on it, and it was great. Wonderful. Fantastic. Now I'm eating an omelette every day.
* No, not literally everything. Just most things.
I used to associate omelettes with places like Denny's, which isn't a bad thing but I also didn't think I would be able to make one of those. Jamie Oliver's youtube video on making omelettes looked so easy that I decided to give it a try. His instructions are easy to follow and it's easy to understand what he means by the eggs being liquid and cooking because you can see it happening very quickly as you make your own omelette.
Warning: the whole process takes about 3-4 minutes so you need to keep an eye on the omelette or it will burn quickly.
Jacques Pepin has a longer video about the different types of French omelettes. What we call omelettes in America are the country version of an omelette in France, but both types look pretty easy to make.