How to Make Omelets With a Stone Frying Pan

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Choosing a perfect thing for breakfast can be difficult, especially since it is the most important meal of the day. After a while of having the same thing each day, like cereals, you can become bored with it. And this is where the omelet comes into play.

Omelets don’t get enough credit, honestly – they are cheap (great for university students), quick and easy to make. Also, with an omelet, it will be difficult to get bored, as you can make it with different ingredients each day. For example, if you are craving something spicy, you can add a little bit of jalapeno pepper into it.

Truth be told, almost everything can go inside a basic French Omelette – even leftovers from last night’s dinner. Mushrooms, shredded cheese, caramelized onions, crisp bacon, tomatoes are just a few of the things that you can use.

And how to make a perfect omelet? Well, that’s what you will learn after reading this article – so without further ado, let’s get to cooking!

  1. How to prepare yourself

The first thing you need is something to cook the omelet on. Lately, stone frying pans have been gaining popularity. And there’s a reason behind that. Mostly it’s because if you are using a regular one, you need almost no oil or butter. There are also non-stick versions available. They are even better because then you don’t have to use anything at all.

Another good thing about them is that they can be used on almost every type of cooker and on induction cooktops. There are many more things that made the stone frying pans popular. For more information, you can click here – https://www.stonefryingpans.com, meanwhile we continue with how to make the perfect omelet.

Apart from a pan, you will need a bowl to which you will crack the eggs and a spoon or a fork to whisk them. And that’s pretty much it.

  1. How to make it

The first thing you need to do is prepare the ingredients, which include eggs, butter, grated cheese, and the things you want to put into it. The amount of them will differ depending on how big and how many omelets you need. If you only need one small, one or two eggs should be enough.

After you have all your ingredients ready, you can start the preparation. The first thing you have to do is crack the eggs. The best way to do it is to use the edge of the bowl. If a piece of the shell gets into them, take it out with the shell itself – don’t do it with your fingers, as it might take a while. Now that you have your eggs in the bowl add a pinch of black pepper and salt. Whisk the eggs with a spoon or a fork.

Now you have to prepare the pan. No matter if your pan is non-stick or not, it’s always better to use butter. So melt it in a way that it will cover the whole pan and add the eggs. Change the heat to medium. Move the pan around so that they can be spread out evenly — cook for approximately 1 minute.

When the eggs are almost ready (they should be a little raw on top), you can add the grated cheese and other ingredients that you want inside – like crisp bacon. But remember that things like tomatoes or mushrooms should be fried first and the eggs should be poured over them, not the other way around. 

Use the spatula to ease the edges so that you can fold the omelet over in half. You can tell that the omelet is ready when it starts to turn a golden brown shade underneath. Move the pan from the heat and put the omelet on a plate – it should be served as soon as it’s ready.

Voilà! Your omelet is ready! Easy, isn’t it?

Conclusion

Omelets are the perfect option for breakfast or any other meal, especially since making one doesn’t take more than 15 minutes tops, and you don’t have to be a professional chef to do it. Another thing is that you can adjust your omelet to your taste since you can add almost everything into it.

If it didn’t turn out well the first time you cook it, don’t worry – it’s normal. The best thing though is that you can learn from your mistakes – if it’s too hard or too dark, cook it less and if it’s too soft cook it more – simple as that. You can serve an omelet with so many different things – for example, with a salad, cold meats, a little bit of ketchup, or on its own – the choice is yours.

So now, all that is left to say is Good Luck!

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