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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Wednesday Eats and Treats: Amazing Omelets in a Bag

We have a little flock of laying hens, and sometimes we find ourselves overrun with eggs. At those times, we often eat a weekly breakfast dinner. These omelets are a fun change of pace, and make dinner a little easier to prepare since everyone preps their own. I serve these with bacon, homemade biscuits, and juice or coffee.





Amazing Omelets in a Bag

You will need:
2 extra-large eggs per person (or 3, if using smaller eggs)

Filling ingredients:
Cheese, shredded
Ham, chopped
Steak, chopped
Onion
Green pepper
Tomato
Salsa
Mushrooms
Salt
Pepper



Directions
  1. Dice onion, green pepper and tomato. Slice mushrooms. 
  2. Lay out filling ingredients in small containers on a counter. 
  3. Have each person use a permanent marker to write his or her name on a quart-size, self-locking freezer bag. (Be sure to use good freezer bags. Thinner bags may burst.)
  4. Crack 2 eggs into each bag and seal the top; shake, mixing eggs well. 
  5. Have each person add desired filling ingredients to the bag; seal, pressing out the air, and shake again. 
  6. Place the bags into water at a rolling boil for 13-15 minutes. (You can usually cook 6 to 8 bags in a large pot.) 
  7. Open the bag with your name on it and the omelet will roll out easily.

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