Omelette In A Mug ~ Back To School Breakfast Hacks ~...Noreen's Kitchen
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The first trick is to make sure you have a good quality porcelain mug. I have a stoneware soup mug that I will be using to make my omelette. A heavy tempered glass mug or even a small bowl will work as well. Just don't use plastic here. You, of course can also use a microwave omelette maker if you choose. I have one, but for today's demonstration I will be using my soup mug.
What do you like in your omelette? That is the question! You make your omelette the way you like it. Today I am going to start out by spraying my mug with a bit of coconut oil spray and then adding my eggs. Do you like two or three? Use the number you like best! I am cracking in two eggs and a splash of milk or cream, then adding some mix ins that are my favorite for this type of omelette.
I have prepared a couple tablespoons of mushroom, diced bell pepper, chopped Roma tomato, and sliced green onion for the veggies. I am also adding a couple of sliced brown and serve sausages along with about 1/4 cup of shredded cheddar cheese. Go ahead and toss it all in there and mix it up well with the egg mixture.
Give everything a good pat so that it is all submerged and pop this into the microwave for 1 minute on high. Then take it out and stir it well with the fork and return it back to the microwave for another minute on high. Stir again, if needed. Then if it is not cooked all the way cook for 30 second intervals, inspecting in between for doneness. My omelette took 3 minutes total. Then I allowed it to sit in the mug for one minute before removing it to a plate to enjoy.
You can leave your omelette in the mug and enjoy it that way with a little more cheese, a bit of salsa and sour cream or you can remove it to a plate and toast a bagel and enjoy it like I did with some sliced avocado. You can also cut this in half and wrap it in a warm tortilla or even stuff it into a pita or stack it on an English muffin with a slice of cheese for an awesome breakfast on the go! Don't forget that this is just a great meal in general! This omelette is a great option for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Whenever you are craving a good meal but don't want to go out for it, make this and be happy!
These are easy to prep and you can do a bunch of chopping, slicing and dicing all at one time an either portion in sandwich bags or keep them in a container in your fridge. When you are ready to mix them up bam! Omelettes are done!
So, if you are living in a situation where your only method of cooking is a microwave, pony up! Make yourself one of these delicious omelettes and go crazy with your own original combinations! What leftovers do you have? Make it yours! How about a B.L.T. omelette? Or a pizza omelette? Leftover spaghetti and meatball omelette? Grilled chicken and veggie omelette? So many choices! Eggs are a great source of protein and they are cheap! They are easy to find and you have room for them in your tiny little fridge that your microwave sits on top. Even if you don't have to cook it in the microwave, give it a try because I think the results may surprise you!
I hope you do try this microwave omelette in a mug and I hope you love it!
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