Tired of trivial omelettes and want something unusual and new? You’ll simply fall in love with this variation of German Omelette with bacon. It’s ideal for a quick and light breakfast. The recipe makes two thin omelettes. Double the portion and you’ll have a meal for the whole family!
- 4 slices of bacon – cooked crisp and crumbled
- 1 or 2 teaspoons finely chopped chives
- 2 Tablespoons flour
- 3 largeeggs
- 1/2 cupmilk
- 1/4 teaspoonsalt
- a generous dash of grated nutmeg
- blackpepper – totaste
- 2 Tablespoonsbutter – forfrying
First of all you need to put the flour in a mixing bowl of a medium size. Stir in the eggs. It’s important to stir in one egg at a time. Then you should add the milk and whisk until the mixture becomes smooth. Now you need to season with salt and pepper and a little nutmeg (to your taste). After that add the crumbled bacon and chopped chives and mix well.
Over medium heat, melt 1 Tbsp of butter in a non–stick frying pan. You need to pour in the half of the egg mixture. Remember that omelette shouldn’t be over fried. Look if it’s a little bit browned (or golden if you like) on the bottom, flip the omelette and fry the other side till it’s brown (golden).
Note: You can slide the omelette onto a plate and then put it back into the pan if you feel that the omelette can be torn.
Put the cooked omelette onto a plate. Repeat the same actions to make a second omelette. For this use the remaining mixture.
Finally, you need to roll each omelette into a tube shape. If it’s still hot, use a paper towel to help with rolling. You may also slice the omelettes into separate sections.
Preferably serve warm. You may also garnish it with your favourite sauce, if you like.
Enjoy with your family followed by a cup of your favourite tea!