Omelets Like a Pro
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Are you wanting to learn to make omelets like a pro? You’re in the right place if you are!
So I am far from a food blogger, but I do like to throw some real life recipes at my readers since cooking in real life for a crowd has become the story of my life.
Omelets. I never could quite master them. I tried them every which way and somehow when it came to flipping them, I ruined them every time and we ended up eating scrambled eggs instead.
Then I went to an all inclusive resort in Mexico and and a front row seat to how the pros do it and finally figured it out.
We love having breakfast for dinner, and omelets were it tonight.
So the secret is having a big work surface area. I have a jumbo sized griddle on which I can make eight decent sized pancakes at once. This works perfect.
This is how it works out for me:
- 2 eggs mixed with a teaspoon of water
- oil up your griddle and pour on the eggs
- the trick is to spread them out thin. You can see how thin mine is here.
- at the same time I put the toppings the person wants off to the side, cooking at the same time as the eggs
- when it looks like it’s starting to firm up, loosen it up from underneath to ensure that nothing is sticking
- when it looks mostly cooked, flip
- add cheese and toppings
- fold up and voila!
Have you mastered the art of omelet making in a different way?
I’ve never made an omelet before, but I’m going to have to try it now! I know my husband would love the occasional omelet if I could make one lol. Thanks for sharing!
surprisingly easy if they are spread thin. Who knew?! They work well here because everyone can have it the way they like it with what they want inside. Let me know how they turn out!
Do you have a link for the kind of griddle you use? Is it electric? Or one you place over your stove?
I have this electric one, this is my affiliate link http://amzn.to/2zIzuRN
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