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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
Green pepper

  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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