Top Rated Omelette Recipes

This omelette should be made in a seven-inch French omelette pan, and a gas flame is usually more successful than an electric stove.The rolled omelette is the most fun of any method, but requires more practice. Here, the pan is jerked over high heat at an angle so that the egg mass is continually hurled against the far lip of the pan until the eggs thicken. Finally, as the pan is tilted further while it is being jerked, the eggs roll over at the far lip of the pan, forming an omelette shape.A simpleminded but perfect way to master the movement is to practice outdoors with half a cupful of dried beans. As soon as you are able to make them flip over themselves in a group, you have the right feeling; but the actual omelette-making gesture is sharper and rougher.You might want to try mastering this easier technique beforehand.Click here to see Julia Child's Tomato-Filled Omelette recipe.Click here to see her recipe for Pipérade.
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The omelette Arnold Bennett has been on the menu at London’s Savoy Hotel ever since the author asked the kitchen to serve him smoked haddock in omelet form sometime around the turn of the twentieth century. Today, The Savoy’s version has strayed from the original recipe (among other things, it includes garlic and thyme, and uses a mix of cheddar and Gruyère), and other variations on the formula abound. Some call for the omelet to be folded over like a classic French omelet, though the original was served open-faced. This is a reasonably simple interpretation, worked out by trial and error, which nonetheless captures what I believe to be the spirit of the original.Recipe excerpted from cookbook The British Table: A New Look at the Traditional Cooking of England, Scotland, and Wales by Colman Andrews. Click here to purchase your own copy. 
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Denver Omelette
The humble Denver omelette isn't really the first thing that comes to mind these days at brunch. It's definitely not trendy, and it doesn't have any exotic ingredients in it (fiddlehead fern omelettes, anyone?). But even though it's practically been consigned to generic hotel breakfasts and airline tray table fare (albeit, in first class), like many underestimated and long-forgotten American classics, it too can be good eats if done right. Plus, it makes a pretty decent hangover cure. I splurged and bought some applewood-smoked Virginia ham and Cabot clothbound Cheddar, but you can do this with regular old ham and Cheddar, too. Serve this with a side of greens to make yourself feel a bit better, as I did below, or just some good old buttered toast. Click here to see Lazy Sunday Brunch Recipes.
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California Omelette
Here is an easy California omelette recipe featuring the best ingredient in the food kingdom (in my humble opinion) the avocado! This recipe can serve of course as a foundation for other creative omelette creations (choose your cheese of choice and other vegetables are welcome to join the avocado in the omelette and can be added simultaneously, like fresh tomato, herbs, spices, breakfast meats). Enjoy!
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Grab two forks and a friend for this delicious omelette that not only tastes great, but is good for you, too!
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Looking for a great breakfast option? Try this quick and easy omelette recipe.
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Spinach
Omelettes are a favorite breakfast food in my family — we even have three omelette pans in our house to accomodate all the eggs cooking on the stove in the morning! This is my mom's signature omelette, full of flavor and protein to start your day off right, but without too much fat, cholesterol, or too many calories, to offset your virtuous meal choice. 
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4 Chicken Eggs
This recipe works best in a French omelette pan, but a skillet can be used. Look for an omelette pan that is seven inches in diameter at the bottom. Try experimenting with various toppings: For example, beat in a tablespoon of minced chervil, parsley, chive, or tarragon together with the eggs for an herb omelette; or once the eggs have set, sprinkle some cheese, diced sautéed potatoes, ham, or mushrooms over the top. Some other toppings that are worth a try include asparagus tips, artichoke hearts, diced cooked shrimp, crab, or lobster. Or, for a truly decadent omelette, sprinkle cheese over the finished omelette, dot with butter and finish underneath the broiler. Once you feel that you've mastered this technique, try something more challenging. Click here to see Julia Child's Tomato-Filled Omelette recipe. Click here to see her recipe for Pipérade.
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No time for breakfast? No problem! This sausage and Cheddar omelette can be made in the microwave in just a minute. All you need is one minute for a delicious breakfast!
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Singaporean-Style Oyster Omelette Recipe
This dish takes me back to the food hawker stalls of Singapore. It's a quintessential street food with a mixture of textures (crispy, fluffy, and gooey) and flavors (savory, briny, tart, and spicy). It's the ultimate power breakfast. The omelette isn't really an omelette in the classical sense — it's chopped up after being cooked in hot oil and has charred, crispy edges with a gooey center. It might be more accurate to call it a fried scrambled egg. It's best eaten hot, immediately after it leaves the pan.Click here to see 7 Outstanding Oyster Recipes. 
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Perfect Omelette with Watercress and Roasted Mushrooms
Here's how to make a perfect, fluffy omelette for a crowd. Topped with watercress and roasted mushrooms, it's a complete breakfast or hearty brunch dish. Serve with a side of roasted potatoes and green beans for the perfect accompaniment. See all egg recipes. Click here to see the Mother's Day Brunch in Bed story.
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Omelette ingredients
No time to make breakfast? With this speedy omelette recipe you'll be on time and well-fed. Click here to see 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make in a Microwave
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