Perfect Easy Omelette

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Introduction: Perfect Easy Omelette

Quick way to make an easy and delicious omelette

Step 1: Set Up

Getting started

Prep ingredients before you start. You can put just about anything in an omelette, I'm using cheese and ham.

Grease the pan

whip the eggs and add a splash of milk or water

Step 2: Start Cooking

getting it fluffy

Pour the eggs in when the pan is hot.
Once it starts cooking, pull the edges back from the side of the pan towards the center and tilt the pan so the uncooked egg flows in.

Step 3: Add Your Ingredients

personalize

Once most of the egg is cooked, add your ingredients, turn down the heat, and cover.

Step 4: Finishing Up

time to eat

When all the egg is cooked, fold it in half with a spatula and slide it off the pan onto the plate

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    4 Comments

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    Anyse1
    Anyse1

    10 years ago on Step 4

    Unfortunately, a lot of the text was hard to read. Maybe you need to use multiple lights to cut down on the glare. Also, larger text (just a bit more) may have helped. I LOVE this idea so much. So novel and creative!

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    caitlinsdad
    caitlinsdad

    12 years ago on Introduction

    How many eggs did you use in your omelette? I've had one once at a Canadian hotel and I thought they put in a whole dozen eggs because it was so big and fluffy. By the way, it may be time to get a new pan if it is teflon-coated. Looks like it is all scratched up and the extra bits can't be good for you.

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    georion
    georion

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    The milk or water is what makes an omeltte Fluffy--i use 2/3 milk & 1/3 water !!!!

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    carsonsio
    carsonsio

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    I used 2 eggs, and yeah I know my pan is a little roughed up, but being a poor college student doesn't help when I need new cooking equipment.