Omelettes on The Grill

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 @ 11:09 AM

Here is another great camping or tailgating breakfast. These are all individual omelettes that can be customized by each person or just made and doled out.

Set up your Brinkmann grill for indirect grilling. If you are using a charcoal grill, place a drip pan, or foil pan in the center of your bottom grate.Arrange your coals around the drip pan & get the charcoal going. Place the cook grate on the grill & when the coals are ready, place the food over the drip pan. Voila…indirect grilling. If you are cooking with a propane grill, don’t light all the burners. Place food over the unlighted portion of your grill.

6  4 1\2″ foil tart pans, sprayed with cooking spray

12 large eggs

2\3 cup milk

1\4 tsp each of pepper,salt, and garlic powder

The elements of your omelettes  are up to you;  strips of bacon pre-cooked and crumbled, some pre-cooked ground sausage, chopped green and red peppers,chopped  scallions, any kind of grated cheese. As I said, you can decided and just make them or let each person decide how they want theirs.

Once your mini omelettes are prepared, cover with foil, place on your indirect grill spot, cover the grill and cook for about 20 minutes or until the eggs are set.

Serves 6.

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