Making An Omelette

This week (5th-11th October 2009) is British Egg Week so I though in light of a recent survey that found that a quarter (26%) admitted that they can’t make an omelette.

  1. Crack the eggs (2-4) into a bowl and add a little milk and seasoning.
  2. Beat the mixture together.
  3. Heat some oil in a frying pan.
  4. Add the egg mixure so that it spreads out and covers the whole of the bottom of the pan.
  5. Cook until the egg mixture has set.
  6. The omelette can be turned or flipped over so that both sides are evenly cooked but this is not always necessary.

Here is a link with recipes using eggs that you may find useful for British Egg Week.

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2 thoughts on “Making An Omelette”

  1. Hi Wildlife gardener, Glad you liked the cookery tips!
    Do you have any egg recipes to share?
    Kind regards
    Sara @ farmingfriends

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