By rosie316 on June 03, 2013
Photo by diner524
Photo by diner524
"This is the way we have been making omelets for years when we go up north to our little cabin (with no electricity). (Please read step #6 for some options). This is so versatile that everyone can get breakfast their own way. Use whatever your hearts desire in each omelet. I usually set up an "Omelet Bar" (diced, ground or shredded, multiple choice items), and everyone grabs what ever they want. We mark each bag going into the pot with the initials of each person. So much fun. This works great over a campfire (if you have a way to put a pan over it to boil), or you can use your stove-top. My ingredient list is only approx. I never really measure, we just grab and mix. Have fun with this. Our grand-kids love this. (To all the "worry warts" out there about boiling food in plastic, please do not post a review unless you've actually made these). Everyone else, enjoy."
Serving Size: 1 (153 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"So easy, and so good, made 3 one for me, and 2 for the kids. I did make them chicken cordon bleu style as was one of the options with some leftover diced chicken, shredded swiss cheese, and some diced ham. I did add an 1/8 teaspoon of pepper to these too. Other than that what a unique way of making an omelette, but with great results. The variations are endless. Tagged enjoyed and made for PRMR Tag."
"Great fun dinner tonight. The kids loved it because they could choose what went in their omelet and we loved it because we could too. The kids had ham and cheese. The adults had onion, roasted red pepper and chicken with cheese as well. Thanks"
"PRMR! Terrific, we loved it. I can't believe how easy it was too. Perfect for in the bind moments! Thanks"
"What an absolutely fabulous and effective idea-I love it!!<br/>I used plenty of cheese, peppers, ham and onion with a few chilli flakes thrown in for good measure.<br/>A real lip smacker of a lunch, thanks Rosie.<br/>Going to teach DH how to make these, as he loves omelets, and can't make them!<br/>Made for PRMR."
"Awesome!!! Directions were spot on!!! I made one omelet for my lunch today and followed as written, adding these ingredients: monterey jack/cheddar cheese combo, cooked/crumbled bacon, sauteed onion, red bell pepper and shredded hashbrowns. Since the omelet only cooks for 10 minutes, felt it was better to pre-cook the veggies and that worked out great!! I served mine with a blueberry muffin and some orange slices, delicious. Thanks for sharing a fun and yummy recipe!! Made for Please Review My Recipe Tag Game."