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this video. Now today I'm going to be tackling a recipe that hails from
Cameroon, and it is for spaghetti omelette sandwich. Doesn't that sound
amazing!? We've got spaghetti; we've got omelette;
we've got sandwich... like why haven't I thought of this before? It sounds
absolutely lovely. I first learned about this from Gastro.... I think it's Gastro --
yeah, I'm not sure it was Gastro Obscura or Atlas Obscura, but, at any rate, I will
put the correct link down in the description in case you want to read
more about Cameroonian spaghetti omelette sandwich. I also watched a
couple of YouTube videos and I will put their links in the description as well.
Alright, let's go ahead and make this! So this recipe would be perfect for college
students because it's really simple you probably have most of these ingredients
and you can probably tailor this to whatever you have in your refrigerator
in terms of ingredients but it starts off with a beautiful egg I love eggs
they are so useful and they keep quite a while in your frigerator they're just
brilliant individually sized great great beautiful things
thank you chickens alrighty the first thing we're gonna do crack in a couple
eggs into our Bowl I've got some bell pepper here by just a couple tablespoons
equal amount of chopped onion and chopped tomato so probably about two
tablespoons of each now we're just gonna beat this up whoa come back in here now
this recipe is also great because you're going to be using spaghetti now this
spaghetti is precooked so this is great for using up leftover pasta if you've
got leftover spaghetti from the night before
you can have yourself a spaghetti omelette sandwich for lunch and
breakfast incidentally that's when it's eaten in Cameroon as well usually for
breakfast or for lunch so you can find spaghetti omelette sandwiches or
spaghetti omelette all over Cameroon there sold by street
vendors but you can also find them in tea shops which are called cafeterias
alrighty so my pan is nice and hot and add a little bit of oil here now I'm
gonna add my cooked spaghetti
okay so spread it out in one layer now we're gonna add our egg mixture oh crap
I forgot I totally forgot to add this to my egg mixture but I'm gonna add it now
and this is just some Maggi which is just some soup bullion this is all gonna
get mixed up anyway so it's better to mix it with your egg though alrighty so
spaghetti omelette can be eaten like this just as an omelet or as I'm gonna
serve it today I'm gonna have it inside bread as a sandwich okay so that and
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omelet okay so after a couple minutes we're ready to flip I'm gonna use a lid
here come on then I'm gonna flip it oh my gosh then slide it back in it's only
gonna need a couple of seconds on this side and our omelet is looking B Oh
lovely now the reason for putting the noodles in first is that it gets nice
and crispy so they'll be a little bit more texture already we are done they
look how beautiful it is I got myself a big piece of bread and
I'm gonna use a little bit of mayonnaise put this on the inside of my sandwich
and I'm gonna break up my omelet a bit
that'll help incorporate all of that Maggi that I didn't put in correctly.
Now I'm going to take my spaghetti omelette, put it inside of my bread....
This is more than enough for one person. I would say this is enough for two people.
Oh my gosh!
All righty, will you look at this thing? Isn't it amazing!? it is SO beautiful --
so much food.
Alrighty let's give this a taste! Here we go! Itadakimasu!
Absolutely delicious! You have that classic combination of onions
and peppers in there; the tomatoes add a little bit of acidity; you've got the
great crispy texture of the fried noodles in there; it kind of combines
everything together; adds a little bit of protein; you've got the bread as the
delivery mechanism.... Mmm, absolutely delicious! In the sandwich form, I think
the mayo is really important: it kind of ties everything together; it moistens the bread....
Very, very carb heavy, of course.
Now let's just give it a taste like this.
I actually prefer it like this: you can really taste the egg in there -- it's not
kind of masked by the bread at all. Mmm. Really great crispy texture. I love it!
Super easy; convenient; fast; inexpensive. You probably have most of the
ingredients in your refrigerator already. So there you have it: the spaghetti
omelet sandwich from Cameroon. Thank you guys so much for watching;
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