I’m always looking for a delicious breakfast option that is easy to make and full of flavor. That’s why I love this classic French omelette! Growing up, my grandmother used to make this omelette for me every Sunday morning. I remember how excited I used to get when she would make it. Now, I make it for my own family, and it’s always a hit!
The first step to making this omelette is to whisk the eggs in a bowl until they are light and fluffy. Then, add butter to a skillet and let it melt. Once the butter is melted, pour the eggs into the skillet and let them cook for a few minutes, until the edges start to become golden. Then, add any desired fillings such as cheese, vegetables, and herbs, and fold the omelette in half. Finally, let the omelette cook for a few more minutes until it is cooked through.
This omelette is not only delicious, but it is also incredibly versatile! You can add any combination of ingredients to make it your own. For example, try adding some cooked bacon, bell peppers, and cheddar cheese. Or, you can keep it simple and classic with just cheese and herbs. Whatever you choose, this omelette is sure to be a hit with your family!
Tip 1: If you want a fluffier omelette, add a few tablespoons of milk to the egg mixture before cooking.
Tip 2: For a more flavorful omelette, add a few tablespoons of your favorite hot sauce to the egg mixture.
Tip 3: For a vegetarian omelette, try adding some cooked tofu and steamed vegetables.
Delicious French Omelette
- skillet, spatula, whisk, bowl
- 4 eggs
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 0.25 cup shredded cheese
- 0.25 cup chopped vegetables (e.g. bell peppers, onions, mushrooms)
- 2 tablespoons fresh herbs (e.g. chives, parsley)
- null Salt and pepper, to taste
- In a bowl, whisk eggs until light and fluffy.
- Add butter to a large skillet over medium heat and let it melt.
- Once melted, pour egg mixture into the skillet. Cook for a few minutes until the edges start to become golden.
- Add desired fillings such as cheese, vegetables, and herbs, and fold the omelette in half.
- Let the omelette cook for a few more minutes until it is cooked through.