This omelet recipe is very quick to make, thus the name. The best part of it is that you can mix it all in a bowl, throw the contents over your bread, shove it into the oven and let it do it's thing. Hey presto - one cooked dish ready to eat! Definitely my sort of cooking!

So how do you make it?

Butter a baking-dish and put in the bottom of it slices of stale bread (brown bread is better than white) which have been dipped in milk.

Then put in a layer of very thin slices of Gruyere cheese. If you don't like the taste of this type of cheese you can replace it with a good Cheddar or something similar.

Take two eggs, beat them up to a froth, add salt and pepper, pour them into a baking-dish on top of the bread and cheese, then put it in the oven until it is browned on top.

You can ring the changes with the omelet recipe by also adding some slices of cooked sausage in here or cut up pieces of bacon, or slices of leeks.

Serve hot.

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