How are you today? I hope you all are adventuring across the lands, and remembering to kill the new world boss, Drakkar! Today we’re going to venture away from the home cities to the tiny town of Beetletun, located in the far Northeast corner of Queensdale (in Kryta). Beetletun is a tiny fishing village located around the audacious Caudecus’ Manor and boasts many unique spaces for RPers to enjoy. (I roleplay there regularly, so come say hi!).
Now, today’s dish is a special one because you can’t discover it at the cooking station. You’ll need to do a fun, little event in order to unlock this novice cooking recipe. Begin by traveling to the Scaver Plateau in Queensdale. Along the Southern side by the river you will meet a traveling merchant who hails from Beetletun, named Assistant Chef Victor. You should see him standing there with his dolyak. He will tell you that he misses home and yearns to make a tasty concoction, but he is lacking eggs! Click and talk to him to begin his event to gather skale eggs. Then swim across the river, gather skale eggs until the event is completed, and it will unlock this recipe!
Then, return to a home city, (Divinity’s Reach is the closest), and get ready to whip up this tasty omelette! Before we jump into the recipe, let’s examine what you’ll need to make this dish in game….
Eggs Beetletun consists of: eggs, grated cheese, parsley, and a pinch of salt and black pepper. It’s light and fluffy, yet packed with flavor. Are you ready to taste this dish for yourself? 🙂 Then, let’s dive in!
Makes: 1 omelette
- 3 eggs, whisked
- 1 tablespoon of milk
- 1/4 cup fresh parsley and green onion diced and combined together
- 2 tablespoons grated Cheddar cheese
- 1 dash of salt and black pepper
Step 1: In a non-stick pan over medium-low heat, put in 1 tablespoon of butter and melt to coat the pan.
Step 2: Pour in the whisked eggs after the pan is heated through and let the eggs sit. You should see the eggs beginning to cook around the edges fairly quickly.
Step 3: As the eggs are cooking, sprinkle the herbs and cheese over the omelette and gently use a spatula to press them into the omelette.
Step 4: Delicately check that your omelette is set. Shift the pan around to make runny parts slide around the pan to cook near the edges. If there are no runny parts, slowly lift the omelette with your spatula and begin folding it over. For a French style, roll the omelette up. For an American style, simply fold it in half. (Note: Don’t worry if you mess up. Just press and keep going 🙂 It’s all going to your tummy anyway!).
Step 5: Serve hot with your favorite toast and enjoy!
Alright my friends, that’s it from me for this dish. I hope you all enjoyed it. If you did, hit that like button and let me know. Smash that follow button if you’re new around here, and I will see you back here for the next recipe!
~Mei Mei (^_^)