Thursday, November 17, 2011

thankful #239.. heh heh

i'm thankful for the ability to serve!!

i don't wanna sound weird, sOo let me clarify.

i enjoy cooking.. but not just ANY cooking.. i enjoy experimental cooking for the kind of person who makes eating LOOK enjoyable..

sOo... maybe i should say that i'm thankful for the ability to cook??  o_O


it's not that serious.

ANYway.  i say all that because, my crew swears that i make the BEST omelet ever.

this isn't one of my omelets, but i thought it a decent representation..  ;)

& honestly, i like my omelets, too.. better than any i've ever had in any restaurant..

sOo.. i've decided to include a recipe in this post..



sun-dried tomato (6-8 slices)
half of a small onion
2 cloves of garlic
one brown & serve sausage link (country recipe)
about 6 stems of FRESH cilantro
3 tbsp butter
6 eggs
shredded cheese (cheddar, jack, colby, or mozzarella or a mixture is even better)

chop all of the veggies & sausage very finely.. so you have lots of lil' pieces.
put all chopped ingredients  in a pan with one tbsp of butter.. EXCEPT for the fresh cilantro..
cook on low heat until the aroma has yummied up your kitchen (your onions & garlic should be sorta caramelized)

remove from pan.. set aside.

put eggs in a bowl, beat until all yolk is mixed
take your other 2 tbsp of butter & melt them on a NON-stick skillet on low heat that's at LEAST 12" wide..  a 14" may be better
once the butter is entirely melted & covers the WHOLE pan.. add the beaten eggs.

cook on low/med heat undisturbed.. when you see the sides are solidified, you want to manipulate just a lil' to get rid of ALL of the remaining wetness.. i even make slits in the center to let the wet egg seep in to the cracks.

once it's almost completely done cooking, sprinkle the cooked chopped veggies all over one side. then sprinkle the cilantro all over that SAME side.

add cheese on the SAME side. LOTS. unless you're lactose intolerant or sumthin.. if you ARE lactose intolerant, now would be a good time to think of someone you could give this deliciousness to..


just kidding.. o_O

now, FOLD the empty side onto the side with all the yummy stuff.

cook on low heat/flame for a few minutes to melt the cheeses. try to flip it if you can, but it's not super necessary..

then, eat. ;)

leave a comment to let me know how much you enjoy it if you try it.. believe me, it's sOo *worth* the labor..  ;)

by the way.. this is what you'll look like when you're done eating yO yummy food..

the only difference is you won't be bald.  unless you already are..
ENJOY!!  yummmmmmmmm <3

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