June 29, 2010

Soufflé Omelette and Hot Coffee

There are days that you just want breakfast all the time. So after a long day at work and craving for some sort of eggy-breakfast, I came across this simple omelette recipe. The ingredients are simple, but first the sauce:

Mushroom sauce:

Melt a tablespoon of butter, and add the sliced white mushrooms. Fry for about 4 minutes (try not to stir it too often to prevent sweating) then add a teaspoon of flour and enough milk to your preferred consistency. A dash of pepper.


Soufflé Omelette:    

Whisk the egg whites (2 large eggs) until stiff. Beat the yolks with a a dash of salt. Fold the whites into the yolk. Then melt some butter and pour the mixture into the skillet. Cook over gentle heat for about 4 minutes then place it in the oven till the top is golden brown.


Dish out and pour the mushroom sauce over.
Now breakfast (or rather my dinner) is ready. Now to complete the breakfast (or rather dinner)  a hot cuppa coffee would be great.

I’ve gotten some Hot Can coffee during a launch last week, so in a wink:



  1. Peel the anti-tempered label
  2. Push the base to active the self-heating mechanism. (watch out for that steam)
  3. Shake it and when the indictor turns green, it’s ready.

The drinks are courtesy of Hot Can, during it’s recent launch. Thanks Nazeen for the invites.



Janvier said...

Hot Can not cheap! Enough for dinner boh?

qwazymonkey said...

wah, love your unconventional take on the hot can review. Keep being brilliant!

J said...

Looks healthy and yummy! :)

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

souffle omelette? wow, too hard for me!

Chaokar said...

janvier: neh, it's not enough cuz i had to make instant noodle 2 hrs later. Oh i got those coffee free during it's launch.

monky: alaaa. when are we really really going to makan ?

J: not so healthy when i have to "refill" with instant noodle

Joe: not hard lah ! seriously.

Reen said...

Souffle looks amazing. Btw, does the hot can really work? Seen it a few times and really wonder the 'science' behind it.

Chaokar said...

Yeah the can works.
It's just not luke warm but it gets hot !!!
it's not cheap but perfect for campings/hikings when you want a hot coffee ! go try it!

they owners were also looking into launching soup series.

Rachel@Tasty Thailand said...

Anyone have any idea where you can buy these in Kuala Lumpur?

I was there last week and looked everywhere for them, as my hotel didn't have a hot water heater and I was dying for hot coffee in the morning. Had to make do with a cold can of Nescafe. Yuk!

BTW, your blog is lovely. Gorgeous photos!