We love eggs at our house and what better way to put them to good use then to make a yummy omelette. That’s exactly what the Dadda of our household did this morning!
I’m sure a lot of you know how to make an omelette but for those who don’t here is how the Dadda of our family makes us omelette.
You just need basic ingredients.
1/4 cup grated tasty cheese
1/2 cup your choice in filling (eg tomato, corn, mushrooms and baby spinach leaves is what the Dadda used today).
Whisk eggs in a bowl until well combined.
Fry off the firmer fillings (tomatoes, corn and mushrooms) over a medium heat for 2-3 minutes in a dry round 26cm non-stick frying pan. Remove vegetables from pan and set aside.
Wipe pan clean with absorbent paper. Return pan to heat, pour in whisked eggs and watch for mixture to firm on base (it won’t take long). On 1 half of the egg mixture evenly place cheese and all other fillings, add some salt and pepper if desired. Carefully fold the plain egg half over the loaded base as visible in the picture above. Depending on how you like the consistency of the contents you may remove omelette from pan or continue to cook a little longer. It’s all about experimenting.
If you want to pretty the presentation up a bit sprinkle some parsley over the top, we only had the dried variety this morning so that’s what we used.
The end result is usually an empty plate. What a great start to the day!!!