Monday, June 14, 2010

You can't make omelettes without breaking eggs......

As the evening approached, after a very eventful day, I sat on our couch, with an icepack on my swollen knee. I turned on a food network show. It happened to be a throw down with Bobby Flay. One of my very favorites! Today He was having a thrown down with omelets. It doesn't sound that exciting, but, as I sat there, watching as he skillfully fill the pillowy egg mixture with a slightly edgy Spanish cheese, perfectly golden red potatoes, and Piquillo peppers, my mouth began to water, and I could taste the savory goodness!! Well, I was determined to try my luck with the non-stick frying pan. After a quick trip up to the local grocery store, I was ready to make my own version of the omelets. My mom and sister helped me prepare all the condiments. We sauteed some mushrooms and onions, fried us some bacon and red potatoes, grated some Monterrey jack, and chopped some fresh tomatoes, chives, and avocados. We were ready to begin. Each person picked their own combination. It was a delightful, delicious, and delectable Dinner. A light egg mixture filled with proteins and fresh vegetables is the perfect dinner for a summery evening. I hope you try it!









1 comment:

Bella Jean Boutique said...

Those look scrumptious!!!

Monday, June 14, 2010

You can't make omelettes without breaking eggs......

Posted by Marie
As the evening approached, after a very eventful day, I sat on our couch, with an icepack on my swollen knee. I turned on a food network show. It happened to be a throw down with Bobby Flay. One of my very favorites! Today He was having a thrown down with omelets. It doesn't sound that exciting, but, as I sat there, watching as he skillfully fill the pillowy egg mixture with a slightly edgy Spanish cheese, perfectly golden red potatoes, and Piquillo peppers, my mouth began to water, and I could taste the savory goodness!! Well, I was determined to try my luck with the non-stick frying pan. After a quick trip up to the local grocery store, I was ready to make my own version of the omelets. My mom and sister helped me prepare all the condiments. We sauteed some mushrooms and onions, fried us some bacon and red potatoes, grated some Monterrey jack, and chopped some fresh tomatoes, chives, and avocados. We were ready to begin. Each person picked their own combination. It was a delightful, delicious, and delectable Dinner. A light egg mixture filled with proteins and fresh vegetables is the perfect dinner for a summery evening. I hope you try it!









1 comments on "You can't make omelettes without breaking eggs......"

Bella Jean Boutique on June 15, 2010 at 7:48 PM said...

Those look scrumptious!!!