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Great no fuss way to make an omelet. Thanks!
One of the best omlet's I've ever made. Thanks for the recipe. And so fast. I cut the recipe down to 1 serving for myself this morning I did use 2 whole eggs instead of the 1 1/2 that the 1 serving calls for but everything else I did the same until the pan which I used a 12 inch or so iron skillet made a perfect omlet for one. I was kinda thrown by the use of flour but thought maybe this would help hold it together and keep it from having that slimy texture that most omlets has that I don't like. It did just that. It was very good. Mine looked like picture 7 by KC_Cooker. Very yummy and super fast. I plan to make this for hubby sometime soon. Little mess fast breakfast a Winner. Thanks for posting
This is a wonderful recipe. I will be using this for weekend family breakfasts plus it will be great when we have company! Thank you so much for a great recipe.
I have to say this is absolutely wonderful!!! I have made it twice already since I found it. We ended up having open faced omelets because I put so much topping on it wouldnt roll well. Made it has a hearty breakfast and again for a supper dish.
YUM! easy to make and have ready for a relatively quick breakfast. I only used 4 eggs and no flour and it turned out yummy, but I hade a hard time rolling it up and I dont know if thats why. I ended up cutting it in long pieces and folding it over into a mini omelette. I did it denver style with onions, ham, cheese, green onions and green peppers. YUM
Not my favorite. I think it was the flour in the eggs. Sorry, I really wanted to like it.
My hubby and I loved this dish..
This recipe is specifically what I LOVE about Zaar the most! I love to learn new cooking techniques, and this one is GREAT! The possibilities are endless with this recipe! I have made it numerous times now and it gets better each time. My family has decided on their favorite....sausage, onions, bell peppers, cheese and cooked hasbrown potatoes. Topping it that much can make it hard to roll (usually takes two of us and two spatulas...), but it's worth it! I love that it cooks in one pan, and it is beautiful sitting on the plate. LOVE this, thanks for sharing this one, will use it often : )
I thought this was pretty good. I've never been good at making omelets, so this technique worked pretty well. I think if you were making it for one person, on the stove would be faster. I enjoyed it, and would make it again. Thanks
This was an ok recipe. It took longer than making an omelette on the stove for me, what with beating the eggs and getting the flour mixed in. (I make a big omelette for two in a large frying pan if I'm in a hurry.) But most of all, we didn't really like the texture that the flour gave it. It was tough to roll, so we ate most of just cut up into squares. I like the idea, but I think I'll stick to normal omelettes.