Friday, 9 February 2018

Rach Eats Lunch: Super Cheesy Omelette

Super cheese omelette recipe

Today has mostly been sponsored by the words snow, and excitement. Yes, I was a bit nervous about the upcoming snow storm predicted by the weather forecast, but, having said that, it was rather exciting seeing the little sprinkle on the ground at half seven this morning. It got even better when I looked out the bathroom window, assumed it was rather dark out there (at half nine, ha) and turned back towards my bedroom window, only to shout "BLIZZARD!" It went absolutely nuts out there, I've not seen snow like that in ages. I even was brave enough to attempt my first ever Facebook Live of the snow. One day, I'll have a go at streaming properly, and you might even see my face. Who knows? (I'm not one of those cool girl 50k+ Instagram influencers, plus I'm a bit socially awkward, so...)

Anyways, today's recipe is an omelette that won't get burnt this time and, shock horror, it actually doesn't involve a pan for me (I've written the recipe down as if you're pan cooking it) as I am now the proud owner of an omelette maker! Which means my omelettes now come out perfect and uniform looking, which is good. Anyways, it's stuffed full of cheese, cheese, oh, and cheese - which makes it super-filling and mega tasty. Ooh yeah.

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Super Cheesy Omelette
So much cheese, so much taste.
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 1 teaspoon each salt and pepper
  • 30g grated cheddar cheese
  • 30g Brie, thinly sliced
  • 1 large handful oven chips (optional)
Start off by beating the eggs up in a jug until fully duffed up. Add the grated cheese and the slices of Brie to the jug, stir, and season very well with salt and pepper.If you're cooking chips, now's the time to cook them - half an hour at 180℃, turning halfway through. If you are cooking chips, it's best to cook the omelette in the last ten minutes of the chips being cooked.Heat up a frying pan (or the omelette maker) and add a knob of soya margerine for the pan (but not the omelette maker, I know - confusing!) - for the pan, pour in the mixture and allow it to set thoroughly on top before folding it over. Should take 3-4 minutes.For the omelette maker, allow it to heat up, pour in the mixture and pop the lid down. Lift the lid up occasionally to check that it's thoroughly set and done!Once you're satisfied, remove the omelette and pop it on a plate. Serve immediately with the chips, and enjoy!
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: Serves 1

Oooh this was tasty. I admit it, my new omelette is a smash hit. It's cracking. No yolk. Oh, god, stop. I know, right? Either way, I really enjoyed that and I hope you do too.

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