Omelet Pan

How To : Use the correct pan for an omelet

Use the correct pan for an omelet. Here are some tips to making the perfect omelet. -Get a good, heavy sautéed pan. -Don't buy cheap kitchenware. -The secret step is to preheat the pan. -If you start with cold metal then things will stick and not turn out correctly. Follow ...more

How To : Make a perfect omelette

Diane Morgan shows us the right way to cook a nice fluffy omelet. Break the eggs into a bowl and beat them with a fork until they are fluffy, adding a small amount of milk and some salt and pepper. Add a little butter to a non-stick omelet pan; let it melt on low heat and drop ...more

How To : Make a cheese omelet

In this episode ChefTips shows you how to make a proper classic cheese omelet. Once this technique is mastered you can experiment with your own mixtures and combinations. For this recipe 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons water and salt and pepper, 1/3 cup grated cheddar cheese and 1 table ...more

How To : Cook a Korean Seaweed Omelet

This omelet is thanks to SIB, a friend who gave me a pack of Korean dried seaweed, which I had never seen or tasted before. Since no one at my home dare try and eat it raw, in my experience, almost anything tastes good with eggs, so I experimented with the seaweed and tried mi ...more

How To : Make futomaki sushi & California rolls

Ever wonder how to make futomaki sushi and California rolls? Cut ingredients for filling. Remove both ends of cucumber. Make 6 cucumber sticks. Cut avocado in ½, twist, remove seed. Remove peel. Slice into thin pieces. Cut shiitake mushrooms into fine strips. Cut barbequed eel ...more

How To : Make an omelet with lots of spinach

This video shows us the method to make a spinach omelet. First put about half packet of spinach in a pan and heat it. Cover the pan with a lid and let the spinach reduce. Heat the pan until most of the water in the spinach is gone. After cooling the resultant spinach, put it i ...more

How To : Cook a ham-and-egg omelet

To make the perfect omelet, take the ingredients such as the eggs, onions, tomatoes, cheese and ham ready. Spray the pan with butter and use four eggs for a better presentation. Beat the eggs on a bowl and mix in a little amount of fresh milk. Place it on the pan and let it co ...more

How To : Make a light & fluffy omelet

Guys, you no longer have the excuse of not knowing how to cook because the chef from maneats.com shows you how to make a fantastic light and fluffy omlete. Omletes are fast and easy and full of good ingredients and protein rich eggs,. Things You'll Need: Small Frying Pan, Coo ...more

How To : Cook chicken breasts and an egg white omelette

This video demonstrates how to make a chicken breast and egg white omelet. Lee first preheats a skillet to medium heat and sprays it with Pam. He then chops the chicken breasts into cubes and places them in the pan. Lee then adds some chopped onions to the pan along with mushr ...more

How To : Cook a cheese omelet

Ingredients required: 1)3 eggs 2)Two types of cheese - Mexican blend and Italian 3)Frozen butter Procedure: First we need to break the eggs and beat them till they are evenly mixed, then we to keep the pan on the flame and then a full table spoon of butter on the pan, we ...more

How To : Make a crabmeat omelette

Omelets are fun to make because you can be as creative as you want in adding ingredients. This video shows how to make a crabmeat omelet and how easy it is to prepare. Ingredients needed are: 3/4C crabmeat 1 small onion, thinly sliced lengthwise 3 raw eggs 4 tbsp. butter 2 tb ...more

How To : Make a perfect French cheese omelette

The famous French Chef Kondo teaches you how to make the perfect French omelets. Ingredients: Three fresh eggs. 60cc fresh milk. Different kinds of cheese. 1. Break the three eggs into a bowl. 2. Add a little bit of milk and beat it up until it is very soft. 3. Heat your fryin ...more

How To : Make goat cheese omelets for two

Breakfast doesn't have to be boring old cereal and milk. Make some eggs. But again, don't take the boring route. Try out this video recipe on how to make goat cheese omelets for two. Goat cheese brings that extra special flavor to the omelets that regular cheese can't match. ...more

How To : Cook a good omelette

Cooking a good omelet has one of the easiest methods. Anyone can try this one out. First you need to have ingredients such as: 2-3 eggs (depending on how many you are making), 1/4 cup finely chopped onion, 1-2 chopped green chilies, 2 tablespoons of coriander leaves (optional) ...more

How To : Scramble an egg omelet in a wok

You've cooked hard boiled eggs and made scrambled eggs in a pan. Now try making a scrambled egg omelet in a wok. Watch this how-to video as our host shows you how to heat up a wok and scramble two eggs with fish sauce for a perfect breakfast omelet.

How To : Make a modern French omelet with Gourmet Magazine

Watch a Gourmet Magazine shows you how to make a classic omelet with modern utensils. If you don't have a 20-year-old black steel pan, then try this modern omelet technique from Chef Olivier Muller of DB Bistro Moderne. Make a modern French omelet with Gourmet Magazine. Click ...more

How To : Cook an omelet, quick & easy

Prepare the eggs by rinsing off the shell under running water to remove any loose dirt or germs. Crack the eggs into a plastic or glass bowl, drain the shells, and put the empties into the trash bin. Rinse your hands after handling the shells and raw egg yolk. Season the eggs ...more

How To : Cook an easy cheese omelet

A simple recipe for this anytime food. Ingredients -4 eggs -2 tablespoon Oil -Salt and black pepper -3 slices of cheese Or grated cheese, any kind of your choice such as cheddar or mozzarella cheese -Crack an d mix the eggs adding salt and pepper to taste -Add to the ho ...more

How To : The Proper Way to Make a French Omelet

A classic French omelet is supposed to be completely cooked through with no brown edges. This is a delicate balance to strike, though. I always find that the moment I flip an omelet, it completely falls apart—unless it's so well-done it's rubbery, of course. However, I've fou ...more

How To : 40 Damn Cool Things You Can Do with Eggs

All day I dream of eggs: scrambled, poached, over easy, hard-boiled, fried, baked, raw... Okay, the last one is a joke (unless you're Gaston, which means that you eat five dozen of them and you're roughly the size of a barge). But eggs are freaking good in just about any cooki ...more

How To : Never F' Up a Frittata Again with These 5 Tips

A carefully constructed frittata is one of the culinary world's perfect wonders. It's inexpensive to create, can be made with all sorts of leftovers, and is outstanding to eat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. However, frittatas can go downhill fast and come out spongy, tastele ...more

Cooking with Booze : Brunch Edition

Ah, the joys of bottomless brunch. Paying a flat rate for endless mimosas while having a long gossip over eggs Benedict is exactly how many of us love to spend our Saturdays. However, in practice, this isn't the sophisticated affair we all like to imagine. After refill number ...more

How To : 5 Shortcuts to Making Killer Breakfasts in a Hurry

Personally, I think everyone should have the freedom to sit down and enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning... but that isn't always attainable, especially because of the prep work and cook time that tasty meals often require. Don't Miss: How to Make a Full Breakfast Withou ...more

How To : Sushi Cakes Look Too Delicious to Be Real

I'm a sucker for sushi, both in its traditional forms and its modern fusion creations. When the infamous sushi burritos surfaced, I'm not ashamed to admit that I waited in a ridiculously long line for what is essentially an uncut sushi roll. (As for whether it was worth it or ...more

How To : 12 Food Hacks for Perfect French Toast, Every Time

French toast is one of those things that everybody kind of knows how to make, but few people know how to do really well. And while the dish originally does hail from France (its original name, pain perdu, means lost or wasted bread), it has become a beloved American breakfast ...more

Coffee Mugs : They're Not Just for Coffee

Coffee mugs: nothing proliferates more quickly in my kitchen cabinets. People are always handing them out as gifts or as swag, plus I always seem to find a vintage model or two at a garage sale that I'm compelled to buy. I used to do a yearly purge of my excess muggage, but it ...more

Whisking : We're All Doing It Wrong

Whisking liquids seems somehow quaint, especially since there are good, cheap devices out there like immersion blenders and hand mixers that can whip cream, turn egg whites into meringue, and mix batters for you. However, I still love my whisk and use it often, and here's why ...more

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