Cookbook:Omelet Recipes

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An 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.
  • French Omelette or Western 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.
  • Spanish Omelet or 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
  • Japanese omelets
    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.