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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

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jessicaleah80 February 05, 2009

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.

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kimmarie300 November 19, 2008

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!

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KiwiYank November 05, 2008

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.

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MrBob September 14, 2008

This is how I've always done my omelettes too, they turn out perfect every time!

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puppitypup August 28, 2008

Awesome! Made me seem like the perfect omelette maker and I don't even eat or like eggs. Thanks for this!

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cookinrooky January 23, 2011

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!

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LUVMY2BOYS December 07, 2010

Perfection. Even better, easy perfection. Thanks a million for sharing this technique.

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Maggie, Cooking October 12, 2010

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.

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BarbryT September 13, 2008

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!!

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Mskitty84 July 24, 2008
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