The perfect solution to... well whatever you need.
Fun treat for dinner, carry easily to picnic in the park or bring it in your lunch box.
I got to know this brilliant concept from my good friend, which came from Italy and brought it to school. She shared the recipe, but I've never been able to make it the way she (or her mother) made it.
She was kind enough to spoil me and our friends with this pie on a regular basis, and it became a member of honor as one of our gang favorite dishes.
When we moved to the states and my regular recipes needed refreshments due to differences in tastes, or ingredients that were just missing, I found a recipe in an Italian food blog for Pasta Omelette.
I decided to give it a chance, and what can I say? It worked!
Since then it's a regular dish on our table - and I'm only worried my good friend would think she can now stop spoiling me with it.
You can't blame a person for wanting enjoy all worlds;)
Here is the recipe, with my adjustments as works for us:
Try it, super easy!
***I recommend to work with the smallest pasta you can get
Salt & Pepper
2 tablespoons Olive Oil
a) Boil the pasta based on manufacturer specifications
b) Cool the pasta once its ready
c) On a big bowl, mix the eggs, salt, pepper and parmesan (don't ask how much, how much you like and it will be our secret that it actually means lottts of parmesan)
d) Add the pasta to the bowl and mix gently
e) Warm a big pan with the olive oil
f) Pour the bowl to the pan and spread equally as an omelet
g) Fry the omelet about 5-7 min, and then gently turn to the other side for another 5 min
*Can be done with a plate or any supporting tool you may have
h) Serve warm, room temperature or cold
Every temperature has its own beauty