How to make mushroom omelet?
Once I had the opportunity to have a mushroom omelet, it was really nice! I like to have the recipe of mushroom omelet.
Saute the mushrooms, slightly beat 3 eggs, add the eggs to an omelet pan. Place the mushrooms in the omelet. Add cheese of your choice. Cook the omelet and then eat it.
Chop up the mushrooms. Spray the pan with a non-stick spray. Saute the mushrooms for a few minutes. While the mushrooms are sauteing, beat the eggs. Then add the eggs to the pan and stir around. Add the amount of cheese you want, and cook the omelet.
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