Total Time
43mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 13 mins

Somebody just emailed this to me and I can't wait to try it out!! How fun for a family gathering!! The ingredients, other than the eggs, are prepared beforehand, with guests adding whatever they would like. The possibities are endless!! Prep time includes time to prepare a variety of ingredients from which guests can choose. Use two large or extra-large eggs per omelet

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Directions

  1. For each omelet, have each guest write his or her name on a large or extra large Ziplock freezer bag with a permanent marker. Then, each person cracks two eggs into his bag. Zip the bag and shake to "stir" the eggs.
  2. Each guest then adds ingredients to taste, again stirring to blend well.
  3. Drop up to rolling, boiling water for 13 minutes.
  4. The directions say you can usually cook up to six or eight at a time in a large pot.
  5. The directions continue, "Open the bags and the omelet will roll out easily. Be prepared for everyone to be amazed.".

Reviews

(2)
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I have made this on many occasions lately. I do it a bit differently. I mix up shredded cheese, green onion, ham, mustard and marmalade in a bowl then evenly distribute this into the bags. (You can let your imagination run wild and add anything from soup to nuts.) I then beat two eggs in a bowl and pour them into the bag and seal the bag. I do this the day before needing them. When needed I cook in boiling water for 13 minutes. Everyone gets the same omelet but it saves a lot of time and mess and no one has ever complained. It is a terrific recipe for a brunch. I serve it with scalloped potatoes and roasted squash and minted peas. Great brunch. Hope lots of people try it.

Tebo December 11, 2007

I was just given this recipe by a friend. Fantastic! Yup, it really works!

nsbirdy August 06, 2006

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