Fresh Frozen Omelette
I love to eat veggie omelettes! However, on busy mornings they take a bit too much time to make. Plus, it is tricky keeping all those fresh ingredients on hand with out waste.So, to overcome those hurdles I use the freezer. I purchase things like green peppers and onions in quantities greater than my current need. Then I freeze them. I find it best to chop them into usable size before freezing. I lay the chopped pieces in a thin layer on a plate and put it in my freezer overnight. Then I put the pieces in a freezer container for use later.
Here are pictures of an omelette being made using frozen veggies.
The frozen veggies are in a pan with some oil. As they thaw, they release moisture.
As they cook the moisture evaporates.
Pretty soon they look just like fresh veggies being cooked.
Then I crack the eggs into the cooked veggies.
Stir it all around.
This morning I used slices of string cheese because I was out of grated cheese.
Viola! Veggie Omelette! (Now to pop that whole wheat toast in the toaster...)