For lack of anything else to cook for dinner last night (since I once again did not make it to the grocery store), the girls and I made these omelets.
The result! Yum-O!!
1. Write the omelet eater's name with a Sharpie on the outside of the Ziploc. The email recipe said to use quart size, but I only had sandwich and gallon, so we used the gallon.
2. Crack two eggs into the bag. (Not more than two, the recipe warns!) For ease of use, I set our gallon bags in a crock-shaped container. (Yes, it is a Baskin Robbins container!)
3. Add whatever ingredients you like into your omelet bag (that you've prepped, of course). We had cheese and sausage.
4. Squeeze the air out, zip the bag shut, then mush it, shake it or, as Emma seemed to like best, toss it! You've got to break up those eggs and mix all the ingredient together.
5. Place your Ziplocs in rolling, boiling water for 13 minutes, then pull them out.
6. Cut off your Ziploc bag just above the cooked omelet. (I'd planned on skipping this step since I reuse my Ziplocs. That ended up not being such a great plan since the entire bags were not submerged. There was still some uncooked egg mixture near the top.
7. Roll the omelet out onto plate. But be careful! The bags will be hot!