Green Onion, Mushroom Omelette

The sun is shining today and that on a winters day is a nice thing. Oh! and also I am in a mood for just having fun. For lunch I actually felt like making something rather than just a bowl of cereal. I am not a fan of winter and when it cloudy and snowing I would actually say I hate winter. Those days I definitely don’t want to do any work when it’s lunch time. Today is definitely different, even for supper I am making a recipe my wife found. That will be another post if, and that’s a big if, it turns out.

I had some mushrooms in the fridge that needed to be used and an omelette is a good things wether for breakfast, lunch, or even supper. Green onions I think should be used everytime an omelette is made. A long time ago I figured out that beating the green onions with the eggs wasn’t a good idea. I like to get the beaten eggs in the pan and then sprinkle the green onions over the egg. You get to spread the onions better this way. No real recipe with this because everyone knows how to make an omelette, but I will list the ingredients.

2 beaten eggs

4 mushrooms sliced and cooked

4 green onions chopped

1/2 cup grated cheddar cheese

4 slices of tomato cooked for 25 seconds in the microwave

About Graham Stewart

This is me on a bad day.
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