OMELETTE IN A BAG? THE KING OF NO FUSS BREKKIES
The prospect of having to deal with dirty dishes at the end of a meal is a real drag. It’s enough to bring out the lazy side in the best of us.
Every now and then, someone comes up with a meal idea that perfectly marries taste with convenience. Just like this bell-ringer of a brekky option submitted by Kyle Findlay.
Kyle assures us he can’t take credit for coming up with the old brekky in a bag. It’s been around for years. But he’s tried it a heap of different ways and assured us that this version is a failsafe. He reckons he’d make them at home if his missus would let him.
We gave Kyle’s recipe a crack on an overnight custom vehicle shoot to the Barrington Tops and the crew all scored it a big thumbs up. Down with dirty dishes.
INGREDIENTS (per omelette)
Half a cup of grated cheese
Half a cup chopped shallots
Two slices of ham diced finely
~Whisk your eggs before pouring into a resealable bag
~Add your diced ham, shallots and shredded cheese
~Seal bag and mix ingredients together
~Slightly opening bag to remove excess air
~Bring a medium pot of water to the boil over the coals
~Remove pot from heat and wait for water to stop boiling
~Carefully lower bag into the water
~Cook for 12 minutes
~Remove bag with a set of tongs,
~Carefully open bag, slide omelette straight onto plate.