Re: What's For Dinner?
An amazingly good omelet.
Chop up whatever veggies you want, and saute them.
While that's happening, separate whites and yolks for as many eggs as you want.
Beat the whites until fluffy.
Grate some of your favourite cheese, combine whites, yolks, cheese, veggies, and whatever else you want to add. Stir gently so you don't disturb the fluffiness too much. Pour into frying pan.
Fold in half when the bottom has cooked enough to not break apart. Feel sad because you don't have non-stick pans.
Pop the whole pan into the oven at around 300 for 10 minutes, but make sure your pan is safe for the temperature. Remove, and enjoy!
Beating the egg whites makes the omelet very light and fluffy. And popping it in the oven means that it cooks more evenly. Soooo good.