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How to Make a Simple Cheese Omelette


Ok..I’m on my kick again today to encourage you to try something new!  Don’t let your fear of not cooking something perfectly stop you from experimenting…it doesn’t need to be perfect my friend…as you can see this wasn’t my most perfect omelette, but who cares..they are deelish!

So today.. I’ve got a little tutorial on How to Make a Simple Cheese Omelette.  Oh by the way..there are a couple of ways to spell Omelette..and this is one. 

Cheese Omelette

My fave Kitchen Tools, Gadgets and Pans for Omelette’s:

  • Non Stick Frying Pan ~ ALL of my pans are no stick these days.  You simply can’t beat the ease of use and clean up.  Love them!
  • Rubber Bottom Mixing Bowls ~ Ok these are my ALL TIME FAVES. I don’t know who invented them, but they make mixing so much happier! No sliding, pouring spout AND a little handle on the edge for easy pouring. Ya I’m in love..
  • Whisk ~ makes for super quick mixing and love silicone because you can use in hot or cold
  • Large Spatula ~ A large round Spatula is perfect for turning Omelettes over!

Ingredients:

  • 3 eggs – this is for One Omelette – if you’re a big eater..
  • 1/2 Cup Milk or Half and Half – Half and Half tends to make your eggs smoother and fluffier
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • Cheddar Cheese or anything you want!

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Directions:

Whisk together 3 eggs and milk or half and half

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Pour egg mixture into small fry pan – heated to medium heat

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Now let egg mixture cook until most of the bottom of the eggs are firm..see around the edges…it’s starting to harden up…

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Now gently lift the edge of the eggs and tilt slightly so that all the extra liquid runs underneath the firm eggs..this isn’t a very good pic.. It was just a little hard to juggle taking a pic, lifting with a spatula and tipping pan..LOL

Then let cook a little more..

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The middle will still be a little moist…now add cheese or anything your heart desires!

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Now just flip the other side over and let cook so that cheese melts and inside cooks a little more..unless of course you like a little big of runny eggs…If you want you can put a lid on top and speed up this last bit AND cook your eggs a little more..

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Notice that I’m not too worried about having the most perfect looking Omelette! 

You shouldn’t either or you will never try something new!

Have you made Omelette’s before?   Let me know how your Simple Cheese Omelette turns out!

AND

What are your favorite add ons!  Oh yum..I’m getting hungry!

How to Make a Simple Cheese Omelette

Shari Lynne
4.34 from 3 votes
Prep Time 3 mins
Cook Time 7 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Course Breakfast
Servings 1 -2

Ingredients
  

  • 3 eggs – this is for One Omelette – if you’re a big eater..
  • Cup •1/2 Milk or Half and Half – Half and Half tends to make your eggs smoother and fluffier
  • •Salt and Pepper to taste
  • •Cheddar Cheese or anything you want

Instructions
 

  • Whisk together 3 eggs and milk or half and half
  • Pour egg mixture into small fry pan – heated to medium heat
  • Now let egg mixture cook until most of the bottom of the eggs are firm
  • Now gently lift the edge of the eggs and tilt slightly so that all the extra liquid runs underneath the firm eggs
  • The middle will still be a little moist…now add cheese or anything your heart desires!
  • Now just flip the other side over and let cook so that cheese melts and inside cooks a little more, unless of course you like a little big of runny eggs…If you want you can put a lid on top and speed up this last bit AND cook your eggs a little more..
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16 Comments

    1. Hi Amber! YES you could!! It’s really pretty easy…Can’t wait to hear how it turns out!! Thanks for stopping by! Blessings to you!

  1. Hello Shari ! I agree that we should not be afraid in experimenting just because our cooking is not at all perfect, including making a simple cheese omelette. In my case I try putting in some tomatoes but I saute it with garlic and onions. With this cheese omelette I will try to add mushrooms with it. Just need to be mindful of my kids, they have a habit of tasting my imperfect omelette without me knowing it.

    By the way I am now following you at SVERVE. Hope one day you could share your tips on how you have grown your blog audience in spite your busy schedule.

    Blessings!

    1. Hi Sarah! Yes I absolutely love to put veggies in my Omelette! But nobody else likes it that way..boo hoo! So I usually make myself a small one 🙂 Just for me.. LOL I would love to share how I’ve grown my audience..there really is no secret formula..just a lot of TIME! I’ve also done ALOT of giveaways too and that is how I’ve gotten many of my audience..many have stayed many have gone..but it seems to be pretty consistent. I’m thinking of doing a newsletter next! What do you think? Also..I’m in the process right now of brainstorming some ideas about doing an ebook or something like that. If I were to do something like that what would YOU like to see…I’m thinking maybe a daily journel/devotional or a kids cookbook or something like that..or maybe something regarding recovery..what do you think?

  2. {Melinda} I love omelettes … I rarely just make cheese ones for myself. I’m a big veggie fan. thanks for the tip about making fluffier omelettes. I’ll try it! 🙂

  3. Looks great. ……..we enjoy omelets. 🙂 They are quick and easy….but taste so good. Thank you for posting.
    Gentle Joy

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  5. I’ve always been a scrambled egg girl and never tried omelettes until we weaned the kiddos, and mine have always been a disaster. Well I just tried your method – and that tilting the pan to let the raw eggs run under tip is genius! Best omelette I’ve made so far – and I just used cheese today but might get more adventurous now I’ve cracked it (no pun intended!)

  6. We love breakfast foods (even for dinner), but my husband is the man when it comes to making omelets, but I really should know how to do it too. Thanks for sharing this recipe!!! 🙂 And thanks for sharing with us at Delicious Dish Tuesday! <3

  7. 5 stars
    Your Cheese Omelette looks wonderful! Hope you are having a great week and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  8. 4 stars
    I love omelets my favorite add ins are ham, bell peppers, onions and cheese. I love the idea of you having a newsletter, where do I sign up.

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