When the fridge offers little more than a couple of eggs, don’t despair! Today we are going to make a really luscious recipe using only a few simple ingredients. If your fridge really has only a few eggs and some leftover cheese such as Brie, you're still in business! You just need to go out and collect some wild hop plants, and you're done. And if you don’t have time to make a foray into the woods, go to your greengrocers instead and buy a little bunch of hop shoots. With the eggs, some brie and your fresh hop shoots (remember that the bigger they are, the tastier) you can create a mouth-watering omelette. You might want to make a large omelette to be shared by everyone, or small individual omelettes, served with a simple green salad.
These quantities are for making two omelettes, so adjust them according to your needs. First you should prepare the omelette mixture. Beat the eggs and salt as you would for a standard omelette. Cut the brie into slices. Put oil in a pan and, when hot, pour in the egg. Proceed following the recipe for omelette. When the egg is almost all cooked but still a bit soft, distribute the hop shoots and cheese over the surface with a spatula, fold the omelette over itself into a semicircle. Serve quickly, while it is still pretty hot, and grind over some pepper. Your omelette with brie and hop shoots is ready to be eaten!
Break the eggs into well-oiled a frying pan and beat lightly. Add salt. Once they are slightly cooked, fill the omelette with the hop shoots