Monday, November 14, 2011
First, cook up your favorite meat ingredients...sausage, bacon, ham...whatever you like. My family also likes to saute some green chillies (which you can also dice raw and cook with the omelet), and mushrooms, and of course we like cheese in them.
Now on your Camp Chef (or trailer stove) bring a large pot of water to boil. You may actually want to do this while cooking the meat...it usually starts to boil just in time for the meat to finish up. The smallest pot I have used is an 8 quart. It works for our family, but we use a 12 quart for a large gathering. The more room the better...it will take longer to cook if you over-fill the pot with omelets.
For feeding a large group I suggest placing each ingredient in a small bowl and line all the bowls out on the table. At the head of the line you will want a box of Zip-Lock double zip baggies. I suggest using Zip Lock, we have tried cheaper brands and found that they tend to leak. Yellow and blue makes green...you are going to want to be sure they are sealed, remember we are trying to make a breakfast without the mess! Also, place a small bowl for mixing the ingredients at the head of your line.