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How to make an omelette

How to make an omelette for brunch

They say that the mark of a chef is how well they can make an omelette. But that doesn’t mean you need to be a chef to make one. Making an omelette is actually very easy. Simply follow our basic omelette recipe. We’ve also made a step by step video on how to make an omelette.

Types of omelettes

• Basic Omelette: You need just 3 ingredients to make a basic omelette recipe – eggs, milk and butter. Getting the ratio of milk to egg right is half the battle.

• Omelette with Fillings: Once you’ve nailed the basic omelette technique, adding fillings is the fun part. We love a classic sautéed mushroom and cheese filling. Other ideas include cooked chopped bacon or ham, smoked salmon, spinach, feta and herbs.

• Soufflé Omelette: If you’re feeling a little fancier or for a special brunch occasion, you can take the omelette next level by making a soufflé omelette. The name makes it sound harder than it actually is. The main difference is that you separate the eggs and whisk the egg whites to stiff peaks before folding them into the omelette mixture resulting in a lighter than light and fluffy omelette. Voila! 

How to make an omelette video

Check out how easy making an omelette is. Included in this video is 2 ways with – a basic omelette recipe and a filled omelette with mushrooms.

 

 

 

 

 

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