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PPQ: Individual Baked Omelets


I really don’t like to toot my own horn, but I feel that I need to give credit where credit is due. So here it is. I make the best omelets. Seriously. The World’s best omelets. And today is your lucky day, because I am about to give you the secret of my most perfect omelets. Are you ready? I’ll give you a minute to go grab a piece of paper and a pen, because you are going to want to write this down, laminate it, and make a second laminated copy to put in a safe location should the first copy ever catch fire.

Ok now that you are ready, here’s the secret:

  1. Dice all omelet “fixin’s” and saute in butter
  2. Mix egg with a little bit of milk and whisk until foamy
  3. Pour egg mixture into pan with sautéed vegetables
  4. Scramble until perfectly cooked. Yes, scramble
  5. (Now here’s the world’s most perfect part), Use a spatula to form the eggs into the shape of an omelet and present to your favorite person.

And that’s it! That is how you make the World’s best omelets.

Ok, so I understand that scrambled eggs with vegetables formed into the shape of an omelet does not really qualify as an actual omelet. And, in all fairness, my “omelets” probably aren’t the World’s best, but it’s all I know. I have tried to make traditional omelets in the past, but I got tired of peeling them off of the ceiling or picking pieces of egg out of the vent hood. So I stick to the formed omelet idea. Well, at least until today.

As usual, I was looking forward to this week’s Project Pastry Queen recipe. Breakfast is my most favorite meal of the day, and I love an excuse to make any form of breakfast food. These freeze and reheat very easily and I will definitely be making these again to take for lunch with a salad when school starts back up (ACK!). You can forget about my secret to the perfect omelet. That was a joke. Try this one though, this one really could be the World’s most perfect omelet.

I only made one adjustment to this recipe, I added 1 cup of sharp cheddar cheese. It was a good addition. I love cheese.

Get the recipe over at Joelen’s Culinary Adventures and see how other PPQ members did here


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