Do you know what’s in your refrigerator? Well if it’s anything like mine, it’s either plum full or it’s getting pretty bare. Either way, I always make sure we never go without milk or eggs. Any real cook knows what I’m talking about and anyone who doesn’t, knows what I’m sayin’! Staying the weekends at my house provides two things; sleeping in and big breakfasts, or brunch depending on how long I take to get out of bed. Sometimes the best morning meal can consist of last nights leftovers; especially if there’s any meat, onion, or bell peppers. Any kind of pepper will do in this case. So reach into that refrigerator and grab your favorite cheese and head over to the stove with some butter and eggs, because we’re making Omelettes today.
2 to 3 eggs
1/2 cup cheese (your favorite, I use mild cheddar and pepper jack)
1 Tbs for ea. of the following
Add butter to a medium hot 6 inch non stick pan.
Scramble and add the eggs, then cover with a lid for 1 min.
Uncover and add all of the remaining ingredients to one half of the Omelette, topping everything off with cheese.
With a spatula, very carefully fold the omelette in half starting from the opposite side of the ingredients, then top with more cheese.
The German Puff Pancake in my family has always been known as Popeye Pancakes. I don’t know where that name originated from but it’s how I refer to them and what I’ll be calling them from here out. Popeye pancakes are very simple to make; just a few ingredients for this Pancake Mix Recipe in a blender, a hot pan and an oven and within 20 minutes you’ve got a voluptuous mountain range you can’t wait to sink your teeth into. Thanks to the amount of eggs in this recipe as well as a few other key ingredients, I’ll be showing you how to make a very puffy and sweet melt in your mouth Popeye pancake.
Everything I’ve listed except for the butter will go in a blender or mixing bowl and whipped up until it is evenly portioned. The butter needs to go in a preheated oven set at 375 degrees f. in order for it to melt before adding the Pancake Mix Recipe. Use a 11 by 8-ish pan so the batter has room to rise. Once the butter has completely melted within a few minutes of putting it in the oven, remove the pan and poor all of the Pancake Mix Recipe batter dead center into the middle of the pan. Place the pan back into the oven and bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Once the pancake rises and turns a golden brown around the edges of the cake it is ready to be pulled from the oven and served. Powdered sugar is often sprinkled over the top like French toast or funnel cakes, and often served with syrup. In this recipe, you do not have to include the banana or the triple sec. A traditional German Pancake Mix Recipe does not include those 2 ingredients.