What Do You Do With Cracked Eggs? Cook An Egg-Burrito (omelet).

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Chances are, you've heard of the fast-growing backyard chicken fad.  My wife caught that bug, as usual, before the trend really took off.  So, we get more then our fair share of eggs. Finding more than one or two ways to cook eggs has become important to me and my wife. Luckily, one thing I learned way back was how to make an omelet. Some people may think omelet's are reserved for IHOP and breakfast chefs. If you have just a few simple tools, and everyday ingredients, you can make a hearty omelet, fast and mess-free. That's right, I said mess-free! Most cooks don't think of eggs, as a mess-free ingredient. But if you cook it right, it leave little to 0 trace in the kitchen.

The key to a good omlelet is the correct egg-to-pan ratio. If you are really hungry, or want to split an omelet in half, then I suggest using 3 eggs, like I do in the video below (notice the pan I picked for a 3-egg omelet):  

My favorite thing about the omelet, is that it's like an egg burrito, and you can cook and eat it with very little time and mess.  Plus, we all need the healthy cholesterol and proteins that eggs provide. Another great thing about omelets is that you can place so many different combinations of ingredients in it, that it should never get old. My favorite combo, is the meat and cheese.  I don't care what kind of meat, or what kind of cheese, but throw them in my omelet, and I'm happy.  My younger two sons love my meat and cheese omelet. One thing you need to remember when using meat, is whether or not it's cooked. I do not recommend putting raw meat in an omelet. So, I always use pre-cooked meats, or cured ham. I also like to put hot sauce over the top to give it a kick.

 What are your favorite ingredients in an omelet? Do you have any tips or tricks on how to get the best out of your cracked eggs? I'd love to hear from you in the comments below.  

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Ben is the youth minister husband of @gingercasa1 and father of three awesome boys, ages 8, 6, and 3! He loves sports, music, and ministry and hanging out with his family.

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  1. Darlene Wiley says:

    Ben, you have earned a position on the kitchen staff at Camp K!!!! See you soon!!❤️

    • YAY! It only took me 10 years of Camp K, 12 years of marriage and youth ministry, and who knows how many years of cooking omelets! LOL!

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