Chicken omelet

Chicken omelet

Number of servings: 2

Per Serving 1306 calories

Fat 99 g

Carbs 7 g

Protein 94 g



  1. 2 eggs, or 2 servings of Mountain House scrambled eggs with ham and bell peppers, or 2 servings of Mountain house uncooked eggs, or 2 servings of any other powdered eggs or egg substitute you can get.
  2. 1/4 cup milk, if you use powdered milk mix it a little thicker than usual.
  3. 1 serving Mountain house chicken stew, or 1 serving of Mountain House chicken a la king, or 1 serving of any MRE entre that is mostly chicken, or 1 serving of any other freeze dried or dehydrated meal that is mostly chicken.
  4. 1/4 cup of butter or any other oil you can get.


  • Clean out your fireplace and remove the grate, you will need a level area to work.
  • Build a fire and allow it to burn down to hot coals.
  • When the fire burns down consolidate the hot coals into a 9 inch circle.
  • Prepare the chicken dish according to instructions.
  • Use a big cast iron frying pan, or if you don't have one use the lid of the Dutch oven as a griddle.
  • Place the frying pan directly on the hot coals, and allow it to get hot.
  • Test the heat by dropping a pad of butter, when it sizzles it is ready.
  • Beat the eggs briskly and add the milk.
  • Pour the egg mix onto the hot butter and allow it to cook, let it get hard.
  • When the eggs are well cooked pour on the chicken dish.
  • Fold it over and let it cook for another minute or so.
  • Serve

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