Denver Omelette in a Ziploc Bag

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Introduction: Denver Omelette in a Ziploc Bag

Disclaimer: I made this for class, DO NOT follow these steps lest you release an unholy demon.

Step 1: Ingredients

To make this omelette you will need:

3 Eggs

Mixes Cheese

Green Pepper

Cubed Chicken

Salt

Pepper

Step 2: Equipment

Mixing Bowl

Cutting Board

Fork

Knife

Plastic Bag

Step 3: Cut Open the Pepper and Remove the Seeds

Cut the pepper in half and scoop out the seeds with the knife. Discard seeds, they have served their purpose.

Step 4: Dice the Pepper

Cut the pepper into cubes roughly 0.5" square.

Step 5: Crack the Eggs

Crack the Eggs into the bowl and use the fork to break the yolks and scramble the eggs.

Step 6: Combine Ingredients

Combine the egg mixture, diced pepper, cubed chicken, mixed cheese, salt and pepper.

Step 7: Mix

Mix the ingredients thoroughly.

Step 8: Pour All of the Ingredients Into the Bag

Pour omelette mixture into the plastic bag. Ignore the fact that you could just microwave it in the bowl.

Step 9: Microwave

Microwave on high for three minutes. Congratulations! Your sins are irredeemable!

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    5 Discussions

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    Lorddrake
    Lorddrake

    2 years ago

    we use this method for making omelettes when we go camping, The only difference is we use a pot of boiling water instead of a microwave.

    Doing it this way makes clean up alot faster after the meal is done.

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    CaledonianW
    CaledonianW

    2 years ago

    It sounds good!!! Thanks

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    MatthewM182
    MatthewM182

    2 years ago

    You could also just mix it in the bag and not have the bowl to wash. We make these while camping and traveling. Nice to see someone share it

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    ckoehler1904
    ckoehler1904

    2 years ago

    Looks very tasty and easy but you might want to mention that the chicken needs to be pre-cooked before it is added to the mix.

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    Swansong
    Swansong

    2 years ago

    I haven't heard of a Denver Omelette, it sounds pretty good :)