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omelet or omelette is an egg dish consisting of fried beaten eggs, usually with other ingredients either as a filling or mixed into the egg. Types of Omelets Edit
Basic Omelet This recipe includes instructions for both non-stick pans and large flat cook tops.
Bacon Cheese Omelet is an omelet filled with bacon and cheese.
or Western Omelette
French Omelette Considered the 'classic' omelette by many people. The omelette is cooked quickly, solid and very lightly browned on the outside and just a little runny on the inside. Often cooked with a filling, like
tomatoes, cheese or mushrooms.
Denver Omelet A thick omelet with onions, peppers, and ham embedded in the egg.
Indian omelet An omelet thoroughly cooked on both sides, usually containing onions, green chillies, salt, pepper, cumin powder, red chilli powder, cilantro & tomatoes.
or Spanish Omelet
tortilla de patata A thick omelet with onions and potatoes embedded in the egg.
Potato Omelet An omelet stuffed with potatoes, onions, and cheese.
Frittata is a kind of
Italian omelet that can contain vegetables or even leftover pasta.
Friar's Omelette A sweet omelette of Scottish tradition, made with sugar and apples (or other fruit)
Baked Brunch Omelet
Omu-Raisu is a fried ketchup-flavored rice sandwiched with a thinly spread beaten egg or covered with a plain egg omelet.
Omu-Soba is an omelet with yakisoba as its filling.
Okonomiyaki is a Japanese pancake which is often compared to an omelet.
Tamagoyaki is a thin Japanese omelet, which is rolled up after cooking. Last modified on 10 July 2012, at 12:02