Eggs, yummmm... I love eggs, in any form, thats is cooked in any form. I saw this recipe on Curtis stone's website, and was like now this is something I would love to eat especially when alone at home. So once the boys were in school I whipped up this omelette just for me. I threw in a a bit of meat in the form of processed luncheon meat a form of salami.
Its quite a straightforward recipe, I made it the lazy way by throwing everything in and then adding the eggs. No gouda so I choose not to add any cheese at all. A nice little snack to eat . Who says eggs are just for breakfast.
Recipe: Asparagus omelette recipe from Easy Asparagus omelette from CurtisStone.com
about 12 baby asparagus
2-3 slices of Robert's Luncheon meat (optional)
Cut the asparagus into three. Chop up the luncheon meat.
Heat a 9- 10 inch frying pan with 2 tbsp oil, add the asparagus and luncheon meat if using , and stir fry for a few minutes.
Whisk the eggs with a fork, season with a little salt and pepper , and stir into the pan, Stir gently so the egg is evenly distributed. Cook over a medium heat. Can finish off in the oven but mine cooked well after I covered it for a minute with a lid.
Remove to a plate and enjoy :).
Taking this over to IHCC's theme for this month's Potluck.