French Omelette or Omelet? Impressive and Super Fluffy
A French Omelet is a tidy package of finesse and delicacy. Its exterior is smooth as silk, it’s inside moist and creamy, a sheet of tender egg cradling a filling of those very same eggs, softly scrambled. Baveuse, the French say. The omelet in the case has various names, someone calls it Poulard omelet, another perfectly acceptable name is “egg-pancake-soufflé-looking thing or Souffle Omelet, and also has various deviations even with the same naming, bare with me and I will show you how to get an omelet that looks really impressive.
French Omelet Ingredients
- Egg Whites (3)
- Yolks (2)
- Milk (2 tbsp)
- Sunflower oil (2 tbsp)
French Omelet Tools:
- Large mixing bowl
- Medium non-stick pan
- Hand mixer
- Measuring spoon
French Omelet Instructions:
Step 1: Very carefully separate the eggs whites and yolks. Mix gently using a fork the yolks and the milk.
Step 2: Heat a medium non-stick pan over low heat. When the pan is hot, add the yorks and milk mix. Cover the pan, and cook about 3 minutes.
Step 3: Meanwhile, add a pinch of salt to the whites and mix well until firm. Add the egg whites mix into the pan. Spread it using a spatula. Cover the pan and cook, until the whites are done. Always use the low heat.
Step 4: Ones the omelette is completely cooked, transfer it to a plate. Cut in two and overlap the halves.
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