Your sausage roll maker can do so much more than just pastries. Make these easy mushroom, ham and spinach omelettes in only 30 minutes
The next big thing to hit the small appliance market is the sensational sausage roll maker! Like its pie making cousin, this inexpensive benchtop machine is super simple to use, incredibly versatile and is creating just as much online buzz.
Of course, it’s perfect for making a host of pastry-wrapped delights using classic mince-based fillings and flavour combinations. This book also offers a range of inventive recipes for ‘everything but sausage rolls’ from spring rolls to apple pies and everything in between. Get the kids in on the fun and let their imagination run wild!
1.Melt butter in a large frying pan over a high heat. Add mushrooms; cook, stirring occasionally, for 8 minutes or until golden. Stir in ham and spinach; cook for 30 seconds or until spinach just starts to wilt. Season. Transfer to a heatproof bowl.
2.Squeeze juice and seeds from cut tomatoes; discard. Add tomato flesh to mushroom mixture; stir to combine. Season.
3.Spray a 4-hole (2-tablespoon) sausage roll maker with oil. Whisk eggs in a medium bowl until combined.
4.Fill each hole with 1 tablespoon of the egg; top each with
⅓ cup mushroom mixture and 2 teaspoons cheese. Turn machine on. Close lid; cook for 6 minutes or until puffed and golden.
Turn machine off; lift the lid, stand for 1 minute. Transfer to a tray; cover to keep warm.
5.Repeat step 4 with remaining egg, mushroom mixture and cheese to make 8 omelettes in total.
These omelettes can be served hot or cold; they are ideal for kid’s lunchboxes and make great after-school snacks.