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How to make omelet in your microwave

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The recipe I am sharing with you today, Everyday Omelet, can be used for breakfast or lunch, and why not for dinner too. It’s quick and easy, tastes delicious and is a great way to use up leftovers. My recipe is made with potatoes and sausages, but you can add any leftover meat or vegetable to make it your own special dish. For me that is the fun part of trying out recipes. Switch or add ingredients, spices and whatever you desire. My recipes are basic and there are plenty of room for experimenting with the components to fit your own taste.

Omelet made in the microwave

 

This is what you need

serves 4

3 medium sized boiled cold potatoes

300 – 400 gr. (11 – 14 oz) smoked sausage

3 eggs

3 dl. (1 + ¼ cups) milk

1 tsp chervil

½ tsp salt

tiny pinch of pepper

How to make Omelet in the microwave, step by step

 


Handy in the kitchen


This is what you do

  1. Cut cold boiled potatoes and sausages into squares

  2. Mix the potato and sausage squares in a micro safe bowl, cover it and boil on full effect for 4 – 5 minutes. No need for butter, the fat in the sausage is enough.

  3. Stir the egg, milk chervil, salt and pepper together.

  4. Take the potato/sausage bowl out of your microwave and pour the egg/milk mixture over your potatoes and sausages. Cover the micro safe bowl again and boil another 4 – 5 minutes on full effect. Leave it for a few minutes before serving to let the heat even out

Notes: You can switch the sausage for any cooked meat you prefer, and add other cooked vegetables to make it a richer omelet. Serve with a nice fresh salad and bread.




If you have any questions or suggestions related to this recipe, please let me know in the comment-section below

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4 Responses

  1. Tom says:

    Hi Marith- This looks like a tasty and easy to prepare recipe. I like the way it is laid out, easy to read and with clear images. Well done, and I look forward to seeing more of your recipes.

    -Tom

  2. Peter says:

    Looks like I have found another favourite recipe. Living in Shanghai as an expat and cooking western dishes is always a challenge as many homes and apartment don’t have ovens so your microwave recipes are GREAT Thanks for sharing another great one. 🙂

    • Marith says:

      Thank you Peter, glad I could help with your culinary adventure over in China. I love a tasty omelet in the morning, and I like to sleep in too, so quicly made is a must 😀

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