From a classic omelet recipe to an everything-omelet recipe, fill them up on this breakfast favorite. Omelets make for a hearty breakfast that will start your day on the right track.
To make an omelet properly, see "How to Make an Egg Omelet" on RecipeTips.com. Once you have the basics down the sky is the limit on what you can add to your omelet. Choose from ham, bacon, sausage, cheese, and a whole array of vegetables. You will be able to make it just the way you like it!
Omelettes are a bit scary but this one will leave you with perfect omelettes every time. The trick is to not get the egg too thick in the pan. Add any fixings you like to make it even better. This is also great for lunch or dinner, not just for breakfast.
This is a great breakfast idea when a group of people is involved. All the omelet fixings can be ready to go and people can come and make their own individual omelet as they wake up. Delicious and actually prettier to serve than some of my omelets I attempt at home in a regular skillet.
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An omelet is usually made with two or three eggs and is cooked very quickly in a sauté pan. As with so many established recipes and cooking techniques, the French are the masters of the omelet, which if cooked correctly, is light, moist, and slightly puffy.