GP Om Noms: Mushroom Omelette (Inspiration from The Sims 3)
Did you recently walk into a room and forget what you were supposed to do? Chances are that the green gem over your head, called a plumbob, was having you cancel an action you were set to do.
That’s right everyone! This weeks recipe is brought to you by the Sims 3! In the Sims, you create a character (or a family of characters) to play with, simulating everyday life from getting a career, having kids, growing old, and building your own home. One of the most important aspects of the Sims is to keep your stats for your character in good condition and include from hunger, hygiene, their bladder, sleep, and entertainment. Chances are you’ll need to cook a recipe in order to fulfill your hunger meter. And THAT is precisely what I am going to teach you today!
Today’s recipe is a take on the recipe from the Sims 3 called the Mushroom Omelette. Featured in this delicious recipe is eggs, peppers, delicious mushrooms and cheese. An easy recipe that anyone can make and is perfect for a quick breakfast in the morning to get your day going and your stomach filled!
• 4 large eggs, beaten well
• 3 small mushrooms, roughly chopped (use shittake, button, or baby bella)
• 1 green bell pepper, chopped into thin strips
• 1/2 cup cheese, shredded OR crumbled (feta preferred)
• Cooking spray
• salt and pepper, to taste
First, crack and beat the eggs in a small bowl, making sure they are beaten to a well consistency. After beating the eggs to the right consistency, preheat a skillet on medium to medium-low, spraying the skillet with the cooking spray. This allows the skillet to heat up while you prepare the bell pepper and mushrooms.
Chop the mushroom into roughly chopped pieces, making sure the pieces are not chopped too finely and rather big and small chunky pieces chopped. After finishing the mushrooms, which should have been your next action in your lineup on what to do next after deciding that your hunger meter was getting low, it is time to cut up you pepper. Slice the bell pepper into thin strips. After slicing into thin strips, cut the strips in half to allow for small slices in the omelette.
After chopping your ingredients, drop a tiny drop of the egg in the skillet to see if it is ready to cook. After it start to cook up, pour in your beaten egg to the skillet. On one half of the omelette, add the chopped mushroom, bell pepper, the cheese, and salt and pepper to taste to allow to cook into the egg. After the egg starts to firm up and become solid, lightly lift up the edges and underneath of the omelette that has no ingredients in it with a spatula and then flip it to the top of the side with the ingredients in it, forming a half moon shape.
After flipping the half on the top of the other half of the egg with ingredients, move the omelette to the center of the pan. After allowing it to cook for about 15 seconds, flip the omelette over, allowing the other side to cook for another few seconds before shutting off the stove.
Serve the omelette onto a plate and top with a little extra cheese for some added flair. Grab a fork, sit at your table you bought for the cheapest amount of Simoleons, and ENJOY your tasty omelette, raising you Hunger one bite at a time!
This recipe is fairly simple and does not take that long to cook, especially spraying the skillet with the cooking spray ahead of time, allowing it to be easier to flip over and move about without it sticking to the pan. So..until our next recipe! EAT WELL AND GAME WELL!