Onion Omelet from the Ticino

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

Traditional omelet


  1. Heat the butter and olive oil together in the skillet. Add the onions and cook until they are soft and golden.
  2. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  3. Stir in the eggs. Cook over low heat until the omelet is golden on the top side.
  4. Turn and cook on the other side until it, too, is golden brown.


Most Helpful

This was so good I could eat it every day. It is so simple that I could make it every day. I thought OMG! that's a lot of onions, but they caramelized to a sweetness that perfectly complemented the eggs. Made for ZWT 7.

threeovens June 14, 2011

Well my DH was thrilled with the amount of onions in this omelet. I normally add onions just not this much so I gave this a try and let me tell you I will make omelets like this often. The sweetness of the onion shone through and made the breakfast this morning perfect for the beach. I made scrambled Italian sausage with spinach on the side so as not to change up the flavors of the omelet but I bet this will be great all mixed together. DH and I give your recipe 5 stars. Made for ZWT 2011

Chef1MOM-Connie July 03, 2011

Really delicious! I loved the caramelized onion flavour & and it had lots of it! I prepped the onions in advance as they take a while and then breakfast could be served when I was asked. I used salted butter, unrefined extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, freshly ground black pepper, plus the rest of the ingredients. I whisked the eggs with some sea salt before adding to the onions with a little shredded baby spinach (just because DH was expecting spinach omelet and I was wanting to play this game) I barely mixed them and then let them set, then folded in half and cooked until just done. We ate ours with rice crackers as a part of breakfast, to be gluten free. I will definitely make this encore. Made for ZWT7 Switzerland, for my team Food.Commandos

UmmBinat June 17, 2011

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