Boil in bag omeletFrom 99bordeaux 7 years ago
- 2-3 eggs -per omelet (4 or more will NOT work) -just make 2 if you want more shopping list
- 1 ziplock freezer baggie -with person's name written in sharpie or other water proof pen/marker shopping list
- 1 pot boiling water (only 8 baggies per pot -if more use another pot) shopping list
- salt & pepper -to taste shopping list
- YOUR CHOICE OF OMELET FIXINS: shopping list
- grated cheese (any kind you like) shopping list
- cooked bacon crumbles shopping list
- cooked sausage crumbles shopping list
- scallions or finely diced onion shopping list
- finely diced green pepper shopping list
- tomatos -diced or sliced shopping list
- salsa shopping list
- spinach shopping list
- artichoke hearts shopping list
- the choices are endless... shopping list
How to make it
- Put pot of water on to boil.
- Write each parties name on ziplock freezer baggie.
- Chop or cook any omelet fixins.
- Break 2-3 eggs into each baggie -I ususally just crimp the bag open and after 1 egg is in it normally will stand somewhat on it's own. Just don't leave it unziped.
- Sprinkel with salt & pepper, seal bag & squish contents in hands to mix up egg.
- Open bag & either you add or have each guest add desired fixins.
- Squish bag around to incorporate ingredients.
- Squeeze out as much air as possible & seal completely.
- Drop into boiling water & cook for 12-14 mins depending on desired doneness. You can normally tell if you squeeze omelet how much liquid is left. If you've used wet ingredients it may take a little longer.
- Removed from boiling water with tongs & pat dry on towel.
- Immediately open, roll onto the plate and serve. It will roll out I promise -I've made these many times & never had one not come out completely & beautifully.
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The Cook99bordeaux Richmond, VA
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How cool! This would be great for me. It's just my husband and myself and sometimes I want eggs and he just wants cereal. Or.... I could make up a couple of these ahead of time and take to work to finish in the microwave. Oh yeah, I can see this ...moreluvshk in Republic loved it
I made this for my family and they were amazed at how easy it was and how great they turned out. Thanks for the great recipe!!lorialehmann in Detroit Lakes loved it
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