Introduction: DIY Microwave Omelette
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I like a big breakfast and wanted to save some money by bringing in items from home to cook with instead of spending money on a cafe or store meal.
For this example I took from my fridge:
- two eggs
- a small amount of shredded cheese
- half a diced roma tomato
- two pieces of bread
Step 1: Crack and Stir Eggs
Next I cracked a couple of eggs into a paper cup and mixed them with a plastic fork.
Step 2: Dump Into Cooking Baggie With Tomatoes
Then I just poured the mixed eggs into the baggie of diced tomatoes and wiggle the bag around a shake or two.
Step 3: Cook for a Minute
This is the easy part. The baggie goes onto a paper plate straight into the microwave for a minute. It's notable that sitting the baggie upright helps it not leak all over the place and no, it won't melt in only 60 seconds.
After a minute I lay it down flat as pictured in the second photo and give it another 15 seconds. Leaving it in the baggie helps trap a lot of moisture and keeps the eggs nice and wet and hot.
The last part of this step is to tear the bag open and add the cheese.
Step 4: Start Toast and Add Cheese (optional)
Here is when I drop the bread into the toaster then cover the eggs in cheese.
Next throw it back in for another 15 seconds.
Step 5: Transfer to Toast and Add Some Hot Sauce.
Lastly remove the omelette and transfer over to a piece of toast and add some host sauce.
Step 6: Breakfast Is Ready
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