I love easy recipes, especially easy recipes that taste great! That being said, I’m sure you’ll agree that this recipe scores at the top of any list in both categories.
What do you put in your omelets? Eggs, of course. But what are the extras that really trip your trigger? Do you like cheese? What about onions or peppers? I am a huge fan of diced tomatoes, so I make sure I always put a lot of them in. What about meats, like bacon, ham, or turkey? The amazing thing about omelets is that the possibilities are endless!
Today’s recipe isn’t really a recipe, because it’s all about what you want to use, in whatever quantity works for you.
Let’s start with the eggs. I love eggs, and I usually use at least four of them in my omelets, if not more. If you want less eggs, use less. If you’re cooking for two, use as many as are needed.
Here’s where it gets fun. Break your eggs into a fairly large Ziploc bag. Depending on how many eggs and fillers you want to use, I would say either a quart to a gallon bag.
Once the eggs are in the bag shake them up or squish the bag between your hands until the yolks are all broken and the eggs are mixed.
Next, add whatever makes your omelette perfect. Diced onions or tomatoes, meats, peppers, cheese, it all goes in the bag. Zip the bag shut and give it a couple of good shakes.
Drop the bag into a pot of boiling water for approximately 10 minutes. When your omelette is cooked, slide it out of the bag and onto a plate. Top it with cheese, salsa, or maybe a little compound butter.
This is by far the easiest recipe I’ve ever cooked, and also the most versatile. It truly is all about what the cook wants to do. There are no rules and no limitations with this dish. 😃
I hope you try it, and if you do, please let me know how it works for you.
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