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Cannabis Omelette

Category: Recipes | Posted on Tue, November, 5th 2013 by THCFinder
cannabis-omelette-recipeOn a Saturday morning, there's nothing better for breakfast than an good omelette... And of course a wake and bake. Conveniently, you can now put the two together in to one. This recipe will supply you with a medicated omelette, definitely a good thing to pair Saturday morning cartoons with!
 
What You'll Need;
3 tablespoons cannabis milk
3 eggs
Cheese (optional)
Other toppings (optional)
Bubble hash (not required)
 
Get a frying pan on the stove at medium heat. Beat the egg in a small bowl to break the yolks and mix them all together. Add the cannabis milk in to the bowl and continue to mix. If you decide to use the hash, add in as much of it in powdered form as you would like. Stir everything together in the bowl and the pour it in the the frying pan. When the omelette is flat like this, you can add in any of the topping that you were craving. This includes green peppers, cheese, sausage, ham, or anything else you've thought to put in there. Once you see that the omelette edges are turning solid, use a spatula to fold it in half. Let it cook on that side for about two minutes and then flip it over to the other side. When the egg turns a nice golden/yellow, you know you've cooked it enough.
 
If you're unfamiliar with omelets, they go extremely well with hash browns and toast! The perfect diner breakfast, easily made at home. Plus it'll be healthier than diner food AND it's medicated. You really can't go wrong with this recipe.

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