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How to Make an Omelette - Welcome Morning

Omelette is very much related to breakfast. Yes, breakfast is omelette. Omelette is made from eggs and fry in frying pan to make thin round shape. There are many variety of omelette which includes plain omelellete, cheese omellete etc. If you ask me what my favorite omlette jthe answer is Cheese, Mushroom and Tomatoes omelette. Below is how to make omelette.

An omelette is a great breakfast, lunch or snack. It can even be dinner fare if coupled with some tasty hash browns. There is so much creativity that can be incorporated in an omelette, that I am giving a basic omelette recipe and instruction. Doctor it up to suit your tastes and imagination.

1. The key to making an easy omelette is a great pan. Choose an 8 to 10-inch nonstick fry pan with a curved bottom and about a 2-inch lip.

2. Saute in butter whatever meat and vegetables you want in your omelette and set aside -- use the same pan; no need to make unnecessary mess. Some possible additions are: canadian bacon, regular bacon broken into bits, green pepper, onion, and/or sliced mushrooms.

3. Crack 2 or 3 eggs in a separate bowl, one at a time. I crack each egg in a bowl and only combine when I see it's not rotten. Whisk together with fork.

4. Melt 2 Tablespoons of butter in pan. Get the pan hot, but don't let the butter brown & burn. Be ready with all your ingredients.

5. Pour egg mixture into pan, and let cook; it will begin to set very quickly. Using a spatula, slide sides of set eggs slightly up & back to allow the runny egg to go onto pan. Lift pan slightly to allow for this. This may take a few minutes until the egg mixture is very set and looks a bit like a pancake with a gooey center.
I like to flip my "egg pancake" at this time, because I don't like runny omelettes. If you like it a bit runny, then skip the flip and proceed to the next step.
You can flip the egg very easily by using a big enough spatula and having put enough butter in your pan.
Simply work your spatula under the egg center, and flip quickly.

6. Now it's time to add the "insides."
Line half of your omelette round with the ingredients; then, top with cheese, if you want. We love to add feta cheese to our omelettes, but the best is a good ol' Velveeta cheese, because it melts so nice. Pepper Jack is a taste winner too.

7. Take the opposite end of the "egg pancake" and lift over the ingredients and cheese. Let it sit for a while to melt the cheese.

8. Remove from pan and enjoy!

It's that simple.

Julie DeHart is the mother of 5 and author of http://www.keep-your-home-cooking.com/. Visit her site for "how to" articles, home organization & cleaning tips, parenting tips, conversation starters, and delicious, easy recipes. http://www.keep-your-home-cooking.com/how-to-cook.html

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