Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Omelets in a bag!?

Guests, family, grandkids, for breakfast?
Here is an easy fun way to
prepare a tasty treat for breakfast (or anytime.)
Have them use a permanent marker to write
their name on a quart size, self-locking, freezer bag.
Crack 2 lg. or Xtra-lg. eggs into the bag
(more than 2 will not work),
shake, mixing them well.
Put out a variety of ingredients
such as cheeses, ham, onion, green
pepper, tomato, hash browns, salsa,
etc... Have them add the prepared
ingredients of
their choice to the bag and shake. Make
sure to get the air out of the bag and zip
it up. Place the bags into rolling-boiling
water for exactly 13 min. You can usually
cook 6 - 8 omelets in a large pot.
For more, make another pot of boiling water.
Open the bags, and the omelet
will roll out easily. Be prepared for
everyone to be amazed. This is very
nice to serve with fresh fruit and a
coffee cake or toast. It's a
great conversation piece and everyone
gets involved in the process.
It's easy, convenient and delicious.
And no fat........
Forwarded by SunsettoSunrise

[Eggs & cheese are better than meat, & are better way to use our grain crops than for fattening cattle & chickens. & maybe some of that grain gets into the stomachs of hungry people around the world. Maybe 20 years ago it wasn't within our grasp as great nation among nations to end hunger & help control epidemics anywhere in the world. But it is becoming possible now. A right we need to be both promoting & extending is the right not to starve to death. ]

Hmmm. I'm going to try that.
Is this a real receipe or one of your dopey poems??
Who's the dope?
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