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LOVE it! This is the only way I make omelettes now! I like to put some salsa across the middle after cooking and roll up, Ihop style! Thanks for sharing!
Love this recipe. I cooked some bacon & sauteed some chopped vidalia onion that I had in the freezer. I also used mushrooms, sharp cheddar, and baking powder for fluffier eggs. Thank you for a great omelette recipe!
This was really yummy as well as foolproof! I changed the serving size to 3, but I still had to make more, as they were really fantastic and a couple of my family members wanted two apiece. I used the idea of pre-sauteeing lots of fresh, sliced mushrooms and chopped onion in a slight coating of bacon grease in my skillet. So ours were bacon, cooked, chopped spinach, mushrooms, onion and lots of sharp cheddar cheese. I also added a couple of drops of tabasco to the eggs while whisking. I used an 8" non-stick pan to make them individually. They were effortless and very easy to slide out and fold over. For some reason, I was craving sour cream and mild green verde salsa on the side and that was a nice companion for dipping. I can't remember the exact time of cooking, but I just kept my eye on them over low heat, covered. Probably 4- 6 minutes. This is definitely a make again! Thanks, Jedley. These were really wonderful.
Thanks to the recipe-providers tip, and a tip from another reviewer, I just finished eating a fabulous omelette. I beat together 2 eggs, mixing in some cream and Herbes de Provence, along with a pinch of baking soda for fluffiness, poured the mix into a small pan of melted butter and topped with cheese and bunch of arugula. I covered the pan and cooked for ~8 minutes, and out came a light, fluffy omelette with a slightly crisped bottom. YUM.
Thank you so much for this recipe/tip. I can now have an omelette whenever I want and know it's going to turn out to be perfect. No more over-cooked eggs.
Yumm, this was so good and soo easy! Definitely my new favourite way of making omelettes! I used cheddar cheese and leftover chicken and squash. I'm so full yet I'm already craving another. Thanks!
This rocks, I'm going to do this, and so appreciate the tip,,,saves on all that fiddling. Five stars, best in show, etc.
Thanks Jedley, this is the only way I make an omelet now. Looks so professionaL. I try different fillings and they always come out perfect.
Simply the best! Easy to make and no fuss at all! Absolutely recommended!
Perfect technique and versatile recipe. I made this based on Chef#394085's recommendation for Top Favorites of 2008 Game. I was trying to save time on dish washing so used a fork to scramble my eggs so my photo shows my laziness but it tasted great! Thanks Jedley for posting!