Who Else Wants to Know How To Make An Omelet?
Egg and Cheese Omelet
Time to get creative and learn how to make an omelet. Your time will be well served learning to cook omelets. You can truly
become the master breakfast chef by learning to cook this breakfast
It doesn't take much work to make a great tasting omelet.
That said, I have eaten more terrible prepared omelets than I care to count.
Many of the these omelets where undercooked and very watery while the other omelets turned out to be overcooked.
No worries, we will teach the the proper way to cook an omelet. Here we go!!!
What You'll Need for this Omelet Recipe
- non-stick 7 inch frying pan
- mixing bowl
- butter or cooking spray
- 2 eggs
- shredded cheese (either Swiss or American)
- salt and pepper
Here's a Simple Recipe on How to Make an Omelet
- First, place your frying pan on the stove, warming it over medium heat. Take the stick of butter and lightly grease the pan (you can also use
- Next take two eggs, gently crack them open and place them in a bowl. Next add two tablespoons of milk to the bowl of eggs. Whisk the eggs using a fork until the yokes have completely separated. Finally, add salt, pepper and now you egg mixture is complete.
- Once you hear the sizzling of the butter, pour the egg mixture into the pan. Let the eggs sit for just a minute. Since the eggs will begin to cook at the outer edge first, take the spatula and gently move the eggs from the outer edge to the middle of the pan. Continue this process until the eggs are no longer in a liquid state.
- At this time, you can add any omelet fillings you like such as vegetables, cooked meats, fresh herbs to one side of the omelet. Don't forget to add the shredded cheese to the same side. Now take the spatula and place it under the other side of the eggs and fold it over onto the cheese side. Continue to cook the omelet until the cheese has melted.
- Lastly, using the spatula take the omelet out of the pan and place on a plate.
Congratulations!! You have just made your first home cooked omelet, so give yourself a pat on the back! Continue the process of cooking omelets until you've mastered each step and can prepare an omelet anytime, anywhere without much thought.
This recipe provided courtesy of http://www.soulfoodandsoutherncooking.com/
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