My partner and I love eggs; eggs are somehow involved in my breakfasts 3-4 times a week and when there’s slightly more time to prepare (read: brunch in the weekends) we like to make a lovely, filling, omelette with whatever is available. This time we had a few great ingredients that really matched together. I like to encourage him to do the cooking in this case, because I’m not very good at flipping omelettes. I know, I know. One of those things.
2 eggs each
a touch of olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
This time we used:
cheese with chili
1 tomato and 4 cherry tomatoes
3 large mushrooms
All the ingredients for your filling should be finely chopped!
Whisk 2 eggs and heat up a pan with some olive oil and pepper.
Fry the eggs gently, using a silicone spatula to loosen up the edges and tilting the pan to spread the raw egg. When the omelette starts to solidify enough so that there isn’t much raw egg at the top, place your ingredients (and some salt if you prefer) on one half and carefully flip the other half to cover. Cook for another minute and then your omelette is ready to serve. If you use a pan which isn’t very deep, you can easily slide your filled omelette onto a plate.