Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Feta Cheeeeesy Day! PART ONE

Heyhey readers! ;)

Just came back from a battle haha.. was trying for an hour plus to book seats on NOAH :) NCC readers, you feel me, don't ya? :D But yes, Praise Jesus, for His abundance of grace & favour, I managed to get the desired no. of seats, and it's together ^_^ 

Alrighty, of course, every soldier comes back from battle - hungry! So, today, I'm going to give you a step-by-step recipe, complete with photos, that show you how to create a lovely power-packed omelette! 

This was cooked up a few days ago, when I just felt the urge to move my butt, and cook something wholesome (tired of eating downstairs food/instant stuff) for my brunch. Honestly, I just took whatever ingredients I had at home, and threw it into this omelette. Plain omelettes are... plain, downright plain. Which is why I love to add all sorts of stuff into them :D 

Presenting to you... Feta Cheese Omelette complete with Oregano and Cherry Tomatoes! Sounds absolutely delish, doesn't it? (Yes, it tastes good haha)

Ingredients used for omelette
Ingredients used:
  • President spreadable butter (you can use any kind of butter you like)
  • MasterFoods Oregano flakes
  • A handful of cherry tomatoes (I used Honey cherry tomatoes from Thailand for this)
  • 2 eggs (yes, this is for 1 person's serving :D)
  • Feta cheese (crumble how much you'd like, or just follow the guide above)
  • Spring onion (again, chop as much as you'd like, but you can follow the picture shown below)
  • 1 red onion (if you love onions, like me, chop more ;)) 
Okay! Let's stop the talk, and see the step-by-step pictures :D

1) Crack the eggs into a bowl

2) Beat the eggs, until it looks like that

3) Scoop out some butter, and finely crumble the cheese

4) Slice the cherry tomatoes, spring onion & red onion

5) Place butter onto heated pan (low heat), then pour egg mixture in
 After waiting for approximately 1 min~

6) Add in (in order) the red onion, cheese (sprinkle it evenly), tomatoes, oregano & lastly, spring onion
 Then wait for it to cook for a few mins (you can tell when it's done when you see the bottom of the omelette turning a golden brown - not chaoda brown ah!) XD It should slide off the pan easily.

TA-DAAAA! Your omelette is ready :3 

A bite for you? >v<
Just a tip: when you see that your top layer of the omelette is still slightly runny, even though the bottom of is a golden brown, it's okay - turn off the heat, slide it into your pan, and enjoyyyy~ Yknow, a partially runny top layer for this is heavenly. :D Let the NOMX begin! :)

Even though this may be something I threw together, it turned out to be awesomely yummy :) Hope y'all try it out for yourselves & indulge in your very own omelette creations! 

Happy brunching everyone!

Cherlyn xoxo

Get a load of this: I'll be posting the Feta Cheeeeesy Day! Part TWO soon :) Featuring Stir-Fried Pasta, a spin on the usual way of cooking good ol' pasta :) Till then, STAY TUNED. <3

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