I have to admit, at first I was skeptical. I have tried for years (unsuccesfully) to make omelettes. However, I love them so much and I continue trying. This morning, I looked on Zaar to try to get assistance. After reading Magic Omelette, I figured it was worth a try. I thought however my eggs would not be cooked. I was wrong! They were done and this was the best omelette I have ever made. I cannot wait to experience with different things. Thanks Jedley
thanks for the tip. I made mine with onions, cilantro, pepper jack cheese, and a dash of hot sauce. yum. I am going to try mrbob's spinach and mozerella.
I hated making omelettes until I found this method. It works great. I do have to be careful and check the eggs to make sure they don't overcook, 5 minutes is a bit long depending on how many eggs I use. If I saute bacon first, I wipe the pan out before I add the eggs as sometimes it colors the eggs. Thanks for the quick and easy tip!
Super easy way to make an omelette and so tasty. First I sauteed some mushrooms, red pepper, celery, onion and set them aside. Then I put the eggs in the same pan, put on a generous bed of uncooked baby spinach and then put on the sauteed vegetables. Covered with a generous layer of shredded mozzarella cheese and cooked for about 3-4 minutes. Will definitely make many more times. The possibilities for the filling is limitless. Thanks so much Jedley.
This is how I've always done my omelettes too, they turn out perfect every time!
Awesome! Made me seem like the perfect omelette maker and I don't even eat or like eggs. Thanks for this!
This was a pretty handy recipe to find--I bought an 8 inch skillet WITH a lid just so I could finally make decent eggs for my husband. I can't "flip" an omelette & can't stand to clean up any more messes!! This worked well, but a few tips might help others--spray your pan really well & it make take a few tries to get the cooking time just right. Mine took almost 7 min--but I used 3 eggs (I actually used Eggbeaters; 3/4 cup). My husband really liked it, but asked that I flip it next time so that both sides have similar texture. The bottom is a kind of golden brown, but the top was a bit too soft for his liking. However, once the top is nice & firm from being covered while cooking, I imagine that giving it a gentle flip won't create egg splatter :-). Thank you!
Perfection. Even better, easy perfection. Thanks a million for sharing this technique.
I shall now make many more omelettes in the future. This technique made a perfect omelette. For the filling, I used some leftover spinach souffle, halved grape tomatoes, crispy prosciutto and shredded sharp cheddar. To die for.
perfect omelette!!! I had never successfully made an omelette..and your way turned out perfect! I used 1% milk, then topped with 2% mexican cheese, turkey bacon, lightly sauteed onions, a dashes of basil, parsely, garlic, salt and pepper. Thanks!!