Omlette in a Bag!

Introduction: Omlette in a Bag!

About: I LOVE knots. As well as other things. I post random 'Ibles not even related to knots. Sorry if there's a delay of when I post my instructables.

Delicious And Easy!
All the omlette without the difficulty!
YUM YUM YUM!

Step 1: What Will I Need?

Easy!

- 2 eggs
- 1 ziplock bag
- 1  medium sized pan
- Water
- Means of heating the water up
- whatever else you want to put in the omlette ( 1 tablespoon of cooked bacon, jalapenos, oreos, etc.)

Step 2: Boil That.

crack the eggs into the bag and seal
Remember to beat the egg in the bag a lot!
Then when the waters boiling, Set a timer to 5 mins. and drop the bag in. Start the timer

Step 3: Take Out!

When its done Take the bag out of the water then put on plate and eat!

1 Person Made This Project!

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8 Discussions

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NanaK1
NanaK1

5 years ago

Oreos?

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Pfarmkid
Pfarmkid

8 years ago on Introduction

we also use this while camping. we call them dishwater omlets

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Stonehopper
Stonehopper

8 years ago on Introduction

Great way to have eggs for breakfast while camping, esp with kids. They can each do their own and clean up is so much easier, plus you have hot water for what cleanup you do have.

oreos omelette.....are you sure about that one?

anyway, it looks fat free by itself....so definitely a healthier way to make an omelette!!!!

go check my egg bundles ( https://www.instructables.com/id/EGG-BUNDLES/ )

, I always added a bit of oil inside the wraping, but it might be unnecessary.....I'll try this ziploc omelette!!!!

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Kiteman
Kiteman

8 years ago on Introduction

Is it really that simple?

Don't you even beat the eggs?

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ThatKnottyguy
ThatKnottyguy

Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

Yes, sorry I forgot to put that, you beat the eggs just in the bag, I am now really embarrasst.

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

Don't be, just edit the Instructable.