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An omelette is probably one of the easiest ways to make your eggs really interesting. You can usually get away with having very few ingredients, or a lot, depending on what you have stocked up in the fridge.
Let me show you what I’m talking about.
2 eggs (this is usually my minimum per omelette)
Salt or any seasoning of your choice to taste (I used aromat, salt and pepper are really good too)
Filling of your choice (I used grated cheese, 1 small diced tomatoes, 1/4 diced onion, 1/4 diced green bell pepper) you could also add ham, bacon, chicken, whatever you’re in the mood for. Just remember to cook your meats before adding them in.
1 1/2 tablespoon oil
Season the beaten eggs well with seasoning of your choice.
Place your non stick skillet with the oil over medium low heat to heat it up.
Pour the eggs into the pan, tilt the pan from one side to another to allow the eggs to swirl and cover the surface of the pan completely.
Let the mixture cook for about 20 seconds then scrape a line through the middle with a spatula.
Tilt the pan again to allow it to fill back up with the runny egg. Repeat process until the eggs are just set.
Now is the time to add your filling of choice.
Scatter the filling over the top of the omelette and fold gently in half with a spatula. I usually add my filling on one side and use the other half as my ‘lid’
Slide onto a plate to serve.
As you can see, I enjoyed mine with banana bread. Check out my banana bread recipe here.