S.O Tradition

Sunday Omelette Tradition. 

Sunday is this day of the week, when you wake up late with the peace of mind, knowing you are not in a rush, you can cook breakfast and relax at home. 

Tape Me is going to open up a recipe for the omelette and you are going to love it.

Omelette is usually cooked for 2 people, but of course it can be for more.

The ingredients you need are the following:

  1. 1 Tomato
  2. 1/2 Onion
  3. Basil
  4. 1/4 Red Bell Pepper
  5. Bacon cubes ( if you wish )
  6. Olive oil

Warm a plate to maximum and put some olive oil on the pan and let it heat up. Once you feel that you can start frying, first add the onion and let it turn a bit dark, than you add tomatoes together with pepper. It is better if you cut all the vegetables in little cubes. 

While the vegetables are frying solo, take a little bowl and break 4 eggs in there, than add a spoon of milk, a pinch of salt and pepper. If you want an omelette to be airy, better stir up the mass in the bowl, if not than just mix it all. 

By this moment, check the vegetables in the  pan and if they are getting ready, you can add bacon. With or without it, omelette is still going to be incredibly tasty, so continue the process by adding the mass from the bowl. It has to cover the pan completely. 

Once the whole mass is in the pan, turn down the heat a bit and close the lid. You will be watching a beautiful transmission of a white mass into an airy omelette over the next 7 minutes approximately. As soon as you notice that the mass is not fluent any more, cut some basil and add it on top. Let it stay for couple more minutes and “VOILA”!

It is ready for those who can resist the cheese, but those who are totally in love with it, add some grated Mozzarella or Edam and let it melt.

Oh My God, you are about to taste one of the best omelettes in the entire world!

The best way to serve it is with some toasts and coffee, so you have a real true breakfast.

The portion for 2 people is quite big, but it is made this way to give you energy for at least half of the day.

Enjoy the food, morning people!




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