The Best Omelette EVER! An Omelette Made with Noodles - is it a Nomlette???
Recipe type: Breakfast / Brunch
Today's episode is a good fun recipe. This super-tasty omelette made with 2 minute noodles is quick and easy to make, and makes for the perfect breakfast or brunch. It will serve 2 people, one one very hungry giant.
- 4 Eggs
- 1 Pack Two minute noodles
- 6 Rashers streaky bacon
- Handful of garlic chives, roughly chopped
- 100g Mozzarella cheese
- 6 Cocktail tomatoes
- 60g Butter (2 x 30g)
- Finely shredded Parmesan cheese
- Fresh basil to garnish
- Salt and pepper to taste
- To start, whisk the eggs in a jug and place the 2 minute noodles in a bowl.
- Pour boiling water over the noodles to submerge and cover the bowl.
- Cut the streaky bacon across the grain into thin strips.
- Roughly chop the garlic chives.
- Slice the mozzarella cheese and cut the cocktail tomatoes into halves.
- By this time the noodles are ready. Drain the excess water and put these aside.
- Heat a 30cm or 12 inch pan over medium high heat and add 30ml of butter.
- Add the bacon and fry for 6 to 8 minutes until it has taken on a nice golden color.
- Add the chives and tomatoes and fry these for about 60 seconds.
- Remove everything from the pan and put this aside.
- Add another 30ml of butter to the pan. Spread this evenly over the base of the pan.
- Add the noodles to the pan and spread these evenly across the pan.
- Allow this to fry for 2 minutes undisturbed.
- Pour in the egg making sure to spread it around evenly.
- Allow this to cook and set of 2 minutes undisturbed.
- Top half of the pan with some of the cheese and the bacon chives and tomato.
- Use the remaining cheese on top of the bacon mixture.
- Season with salt and cracked black pepper and allow this to fry for a further 2 minutes.
- Slide the whole omelette from the pan onto a large platter and flip the empty side of the omelette over the filling.
- Cut the omelette in half and slide the halves onto serving platters.
- Top the omelettes with finely shredded Parmesan, garnish with fresh basil and serve immediately.
- And there we have it... breakfast fit for a hungry king.