Un-Recipe – Bacon and Mushroom Omelet

For some peculiar reason, I had just two rashers of bacon left over in the fridge.  Stranger things have been known to happen though.  I could not live with myself if I let them go to waste so very quickly whipped them out of the fridge along with 2 mushrooms, and egg (which had 2 yolks :-))  and some cheddar cheese and turned it all into a lovely little omelet.  This was the ideal super quick, tasty and easy lunch.  Think I may have to always keep 2 spare rashers of bacon going forward.

Un-Recipe – Bacon and Mushroom Omelet

Ingredients

2 rashers bacon chopped
2 mushrooms sliced
Vegetable spice
1 egg lightly beaten
2 tbsp grated cheddar cheese

Method

  1. Fry the bacon and mushrooms until browned and sprinkle on vegetable spice.
  2. Add the egg and grated cheese.
  3. Fold sides into the middle and turn.
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46 thoughts on “Un-Recipe – Bacon and Mushroom Omelet

    • Thinking of you having to go the supermarket C – I know it is not your speed but hopefully you will find something nice to take back for Your John. Have a super day and hope your fingers are healing nicely. 🙂

  1. LOL! You’re right. I always make sure we have bacon in the fridge…and in freezer. See, I’m more serious. 😉 I actually forgot about omelet in my lunch menu with the kids. I have to make one tomorrow now, just like yours! I love checking other blogs – I don’t have to “think” about menu. 😉

  2. I was *just* telling my husband that I’m in the mood for warming eggs this morning and what do I see?! I delightful omelette all dressed up. This looks fantastic Mandy!

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