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Breakfast in a Bag
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Category: Eggs   Rating: 10
Backpacking: Yes Effort: easy Serves: 1-2 Prep time: 1-30m
  • 2 or 3 eggs
  • sausage
  • cheese
  • bacon
  • onions
  • mushrooms
  • diced green peppers
How to Prepare:
Crack 2 or 3 eggs into a gallon-size heavy-duty (freezer) ziplock baggie. Add any or all of the listed ingredients, or anything else you like, into the baggie. Seal the baggie and, using your hands, smash the eggs and mix all the ingredients completely. Open one corner of the baggie and expell all the excess air. The easiest way is to insert a straw and just suck out the air. Reseal the baggie. Drop the baggie into a pot of rapidly boiling water for 12 minutes (2 eggs) to 15 minutes (3 eggs). Remove the baggie from the boiling water, open baggie and slide the omelet onto a plate. Garnish with sour cream and/or salsa if desired. This is really delicious and lots of fun.
Sent by: Jerry Barber Date: 2005-04-20
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Sender: cindy wickman Date: 2005-07-19
My entire group loved this recipe. From the 4yr old up to the 16yr old and all the adults. I chopped up onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, peppers, bacon and grated cheese before we left for our trip and packed them in sandwich bags. In the morning everyone added their own special omelette ingredients into their bags. Just watch to make sure they boil long enough if you have more than 4 bags.

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