Thank you to Soter01 for submitting your recipe. JULY 2013 Recipe of the Month Title: Easy Clean Up Breakfast Omelets* Member: Soter01 Ingredients: 2 or 3 eggs per person 1 cup chopped of each: Ham onions green pepper any other vegetables you like shredded cheese crumbled bacon - (use the leftovers from yesterday's breakfast) Directions: Fill a large pot with water at least 5 inches deep and bring to a boil. Scramble two or three eggs for each person in a bowl Cut up ham chunks, leftover fried bacon, onions, green pepper, or whatever else you like in your omelet and place these ingredients in separate bowls or cups or piles Grate or use already shredded cheeses that you like: cheddar, monterey jack, etc. Place in in separte bowls, cups or piles Distribute a quart size freezer ziplock bag to each person. Have each person put what they want in their omelet into their bag. Vegetarians can skip the meat. Pour or ladle some scrambled egg mixture into each bag to cover the ingredients, squeeze out the air and zip closed Using tongs, place each bag into the boiling water. Make sure to keep them in a row so you can identify whose who's. Don't let the bags touch the sides of the pot. Eventually the egg mixture solidifies in the bags. Check it by squeezing with the tongs. It's done when there is no more liquid oozing when squeezed. Remove from the boiling water, unzip the bag and let it roll onto your plate. Voila an omelet about the size and shape of a burrito! Throw out the ziplock bags and use the clean boiling water for doing the dishes afterward. *These omelets are also known as Scout omelets. We learned about them when our son was in cub scouts.