Somehow I must have forgotten that I had already blogged about this spinach omelette I had made, but nonetheless I have done it again. This time though I taken more care in doing. I really wanted to try to perfect this and I believe I’ve done that.
What I used:
- 3 Eggs
- 1/2 Cup of Milk
- Handful of Baby Spinach
- Spoonful of Cream Cheese
- Grated Cheddar Cheese
- 3 Ham Rounds
- 2 Pieces of Toast
It is not a difficult meal, but it is one that can be really enjoyable. The first thing I did was prep all my food. I cracked the three eggs into a medium-sized mixing bowl, added in the milk with the eggs, chopped up the baby spinach into fine pieces and grated the cheese.
Now take a medium-sized frying pan and either spray it with Pam or add some oil or butter of some sort. Turn on that element of your stove to a medium heat and let it heat up. While that is heating up, in the bowl with the eggs and milk put in your spinach and spoonful of cream cheese and mix it all together. The cream cheese may be hard to mix together so it might be a good idea to nuke it in the microwave beforehand.
Now that the pan has heated up properly in your ingredients are mixed together, pour everything in the bowl into the pan, slowly. Try to avoid any splatter. Now let the ingredients slowly cook. I also sometimes cover that pan to keep the heat in. Put your three ham rounds into another pan and turn it onto a medium-high heat. My ham rounds were previously cooked so what I was doing was just browning the edges
Once your egg mix is firmly cooked on the bottom and you are able to lift one side sprinkle the cheddar cheese over the entire thing. Once you’ve done that flip one side on top of the other. Cover the pan again and let that firm up. Make sure you aren’t overcooking the eggs though, you still want to be slightly liquidy and not dried out.
At this point your ham rounds should be browned on both sides and you can put them on a plate. Your omelette, which I would suggest you flip over and let it simmer for a second on the other side, should also be very close to being done. Once done you can throw it on the plate as well. One thing I did not mention that I did earlier was put two pieces of toast in. You can use whatever kind of toast you like, but I like my white bread.
And there you have the final product. It is a good well-balanced meal, although I probably didn’t need three eggs or three ham rounds. I could’ve cut back on those. What’s your favorite way of making eggs?