Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Paper Plate Omelets!

No, not an omelet made out of a paper plate, an omelet made entirely on a paper plate! My coworkers looked at me like I was crazy when I told them this, but I am not.

Now I've never seen this before, so I am claiming it as my own. I hope this idea becomes just as big in the blogosphere as the peanut butter jar oatmeal. (Just a note, blogger is being weird, so I am just going to list all my pics at the bottom, sorry.)

First the paper plate: it should be one of those slick, dixi type plates with a good lip. Next, spray the plate really well with non stick spray. I like crisco.

Crack two eggs (I used Eggland's Best) right on to the plate. Lightly and carefully whisk eggs until blended. Microwave the egg mixture for about one minute, it probably won't be cooked all the way through. Add filling of choice. I did spinach and tomatoes. Cook the egg mixture for another 30 seconds to one minute. Using a spatula, fold over. Eat and enjoy.

I had mine this morning with some homemade Apple Pecan Bread, which is not perfected, so maybe I will share that later. See pictures below.