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Basic Omelet Recipe from Recipes 4U

 

Basic Omelet Recipe

Recipe Ingredients

3 each eggs (room temperature)
1/4 tsp salt
1 tbsp water (do not use milk)
1 tbsp butter or margarine
1 tbsp peanut oil

Recipe Preparation

BREAK EGGS IN A SMALL BOWL. ADD WATER AND BEAT UNTIL YOLK IS MIXED
IN. IN A SMALL FRY PAN (7 TO 8 INCH WITH NON STICK SURFACE) MELT
BUTTER OVER MEDIUM HIGH HEAT. ADD PEANUT OIL, HEAT TILL BUTTER IS NOT
BUBBLING. POUR EGG INTO PAN. AS EDGES BEGIN TO SET, LIFT WITH A
SPATULA AND SHAKE TO LET UNCOOKED EGG RUN UNDERNEATH. WHEN EGG NO
LONGER FLOWS FREELY RUN SPATULA AROUND EDGE TO LOOSEN EGG. SLIDE
OMELET ONTO SERVING PLATE AND FOLD IN HALF. (SLIDE ONTO PLATE SLOWLY,
WHEN HALF ON PLATE BRING PAN OVER THE TOP TO FOLD IN HALF) NOTE:
ALMOST ANYTHING CAN BE ADDED AFTER EGG IS COOKED TO FILL OMELET

 

 

Servings: 1

 

 

 

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