Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Simple Recipe for Someone in a Rush

Chicken and Chorizo Omelette

All you need is:

* 3 eggs
* 1 half onion peeled and diced finely
* some leftover chicken
* a little chorizo
* a little olive oil (like 3 soup spoons) 
--and a non stick small frying pan--


Place the frying pan on the fire on the cooker, with the oil inside. 
When the oil starts smoking just a little place the diced onion in it and stirring it occasionally, until it starts going golden, at that stage add the remaining ingredients (minus the eggs) and stirring still occasionally for around 3 minutes.
In a separate bowl put the eggs in "yolk and whites" add a little pinch of salt and black pepper **optional** 
and whisk these with a fork, now pour into it the ingredients from the pan and stir the eggs again to completely cover the whole of the ingredients.

Place the pan back on the fire and once hot add the whole mixture in, stir a little to dry up the egg a little but not too dry (you don't want to end-up with scrambled eggs, which would still be good, but you want an omelette) so let it settle for a little so that it cooks one side.

At this stage the delicate bit, from the edge fold one side of the omelette until it passes just over the middle then repeat the same with the opposite side, making sure is not stuck on the bottom you now can flip the omelette to the other side until is cooked and that's it the way, if you can't flip afraid it may fall on the floor, you can use a plate put it over the pan and flip it upside down then just slide the omelette from the plate back into the pan achieving the same thing.  Voila!!!!

The ingredients are just an example as they are one of my favourite flavours, but you can use any leftover meats or fish and any vegetables.....the only thing that will differ is if you add cheese this is done when you cooked one side of the omelette and you're about to fold and flip spread the cheese like you'd do on a pizza keep it about an inch away from the edge, then just fold and flip as before ...No problemo!!!!  happy cooking.

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