disgruntled pigskin fan
I whipped up a nice omelette with red onion, sweet red peppers, goat cheese, beet greens, avocado and a little habanero salsa from Trader Joe's. Yum.
Through much trial and error I've developed my own method to make an "omelette", which I'm sure many properly trained chefs would laugh at, but it works for me. I lightly wisk three eggs with some whole milk, then add the mixture to my small pan which I've lubed with a little butter. Then I add the onions and other veggies which need a little more time to cook. As the mixture is starting to solidify I add the rest of the veggies, thrown on some cheese, turn the heat off and cover. Before eating I add the remainder of toppings..avocado, salsa or hot sauce. I think of the eggs as a medium to carry other ingredients and flavors...usually leftovers or scraps that have been in the fridge too long.lemonlime said:Coffee.
How do you make omelets? I've tried many times, but always end up with scrambled eggs. What's the secret?
lemonlime said:How do you make omelets?