Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Break An Egg!

Omelets look easy (and they are once you learn some tricks.) The most important thing to remember about making an omelet; if you mess up, don’t worry about it…just call it a scramble! Before you start, make sure you have all your fillings prepared and ready to go. If you are using veggies, be sure to lightly steam them ahead of time. First, wisk the eggs in a bowl, adding the salt and pepper.  Over medium-high heat, it takes only about a minute to cook an omelet. Stay focused…do NOT walk away from the pan! Constantly shake the pan to redistribute the eggs, roll the unset eggs around the edges (you want the base to be fairly done before you add the fillings.) Put the filling on one side, use a spatula to fold, and then slide the omelet onto the plate.

This is one of my favorite recipes, but you can use any fillings that your heart desires!

3 eggs
2-3 Tbsp Milk
Salt and pepper (adjust amount to your own taste)
Broccoli, steamed and cut into small pieces
Cheddar cheese, grated
Garnish with fresh parsley

1 comment:

  1. This receipe looks super delicious! What a great way to serve up eggs.