How To Make an Omelette
3abaq.com – I will gonna do how to make an omelette are fantastic. They’re cheap they’re flexible you can use all sorts of different things. Crispy bacon, mushrooms ,tomatoes, etc. I think on it’s the kind of thing that don’t really get the sort of credit they’re jus actually if they’re cooked beautifully. They are incredible and they’re cheap.
Eggs are one of the best forms of protein. I use three eggs for a main course omelet, just crack me not this get your egg crack it on the side open it up if for any reason you got shell in there use the half a shell to get the shell out and if you try with your fingers, you’ll be going like this all night and it won’t work. How To Make an Omelette.
So pepper and salt like that some people put milk and cream I don’t at all I’ve got a pan the right size pan about sort of 7 inches. I guess that’s on a medium heat whisk up your eggs just a little bit of oil extra virgin is obviously a nice the way to go knob a batter in there let that start to melt give it a chippy about in the pan.
how to make an omelette
You Want To Coat The Bottom Of The Pan
Like that the great thing about omelets and eggs is if you get the first one wrong. Then learn from it try again and just get it perfect if it’s too dark cook it less if it’s too hard cook it less if it’s too soft cook it more so it’s going to turn that down a little bit there you want on about a medium heat.
Don’t rush it otherwise if you cook eggs too hard and too fast you get this kind of horrible. Horrible sort of crispness to it which we don’t like. Now for the first 20 seconds. You can bring in the egg from the sides like this, and where there’s a gap there. Don’t worry just tilt the pan. And then you can bring it in here and then you can tilt the pan. Just like this right and then after about 30 seconds. How To Make an Omelette.
All right you want to squiggle the egg around one last time we turn the heat down a bit and I’ll put a little bit of cheddar cheese in. Now you could use all sorts of different cheese I think cheddar cheese is just great you leave a tiniest amount and this is just for a basic omelet. So just grate the cheese over the omelet like this and you can see that you still looks a little soft around here that’s good news because the egg you don’t want it to be overcooked and hard you want to be silky and delicious but yes you don’t want it raw.
Let it Just Tick Over on a Low Heat Now For About 40 Seconds
Just as this sort of softness of the eggs just start turning. You can just look at it, you can see it you can see the egg change color then you get your slice like this. You can just go around the edges don’t sort of over touch it let’s go around the edges and dislodge it nonstick pans for this really essential.
I think unless you’ve got good old cast-iron. One see if you can move the omelette like that can you see how that omnis moving alright. So in theory I shouldn’t get any grief. So why do then is? I tilt the Omni away put my spatula into one side like this get it underneath. I don’t want to overcook the omelet and then just flap it like that. That’s all we want and that is heavenly you can see you got a tiny bit of colour.
There which is enough loads of colour and it’s gone hard. I know what I do is just serve it and in the middle there you’ll have a beautiful omelet. I mean that you know as a snack with a salad cold meats. Just on its own tiny bit of ketchup lovely chopped tomatoes. You can start making your own omelettes up just by frying off some mushrooms. First then doing your omelet like that.
At first You Can Fry of Crispy Bacon
Then put the eggs into it. So you can really make so many different things out of an omelet. And I want to show you inside here. What you don’t want is just like a lot of cooked egg because it’s boring. What you want is that sort of fantastically soft silky sort of inside can you see in there.
When it be soft and silky right it’s not raw egg it’s just lovely lovely melted cheese. If you’re gonna pass it on at home or in the workplace. This is a great dish to do simple but brilliant good luck.