I’m already back in Berlin, after two memorable weddings, being a fake tourist in Amsterdam, being a fake tourist in London and eating a lot. Obviously holiday doesn’t mean that I’ve avoided cooking, but thanks to that, I can present you today a recipe for an Austrian omelette. It is sweet, contains raisins, a bit of sugar and is served with fruits - it’s fast, efficient and delicious. This time I had two helpers - Tomasz, who actually did something, and Kevin, who contributed a conversation. And if you ever had a problem with choosing a movie, you should definitely visit Kevin’s website: What movie should I watch tonight. What movie should I watch tonight. We like to mix a bit, so we did make some fried bacon, it went great with a sweet omelette.
You will need:
- 5 eggs
- 1 cup milk
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 5 tbsp white sugar
- 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
- 1/4 cup raisins
- 2 tbsp butter
- confectioners’ sugar, for dusting
- fresh fruit
Listed ingredients were enough for 3 people.
In a large bowl combine eggs, milk, vanilla, salt and sugar. Slowly stir in the flour until the mixture becomes smooth. Add the raisins.
In a large skillet melt the butter and pour the egg mix. Fry over medium heat for about 5 minutes, until the bottom will get nicely gold, and the top is set. Now try to flip the omelette. It is not an easiest task. Large spatula will definitely help, but do not worry if the omelet will freak in parts. Cook the other side for another few minutes, then divide omelet with a spatula into small squares.
Serve with fruit, powdered sugar.
While eating my breakfast, I was non-stop glancing at the sight of the window, as with such a beautiful view everything tastes fabulous. I miss canals the most.
I’d also like to show you few pictures from the vegetarian wedding in Amsterdam. Tables were decorated in a lovely way, plates were full of delicious vegan food with a bit of extras like eggs or yoghurt. The food was so amazing, that even a meat lovers totally forgot about it’s existence for time beeing.
London amazed me with it’s food and restaurants all the time. Not only I had a professional cook at home (he’s wife is a lucky gal) but also I’ve eaten in a Breakfast Club, a place created for those who love breakfasts. Service was very friendly, place has a lovely interior and of course - portions were massive. I took some pictures by phone, as I forgot my camera that day. We sat down in a cosy table, straight under the glassy ceiling. Apparently we were very lucky, because food is so good that people are waiting in queues in front of the cafe. But see the pictures and the next time you’re in London, just visit this place :)
Source for a recipe: Dramatic pancake