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Napoleon
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re: Advice on making a 3 egg Omelete

When I was a breakfast cook, what I would do was constantly tear the middle to keep getting the runny egg to the center, and keeping the pan oiled enough that I could constantly flip the omelette.
Also never use high heat.

But the taring the center and then pressing it into the uncooked eggs is a winner.


Another method and this one is fool proof. Is to start the omelette on the stove and finish it under the broiler. And never flip it.

I always flip a three egg, and serve it pizza style. A two egg I usually roll into a crepe form.

You should whip your whites, then fold in the yolks and make an omelette like that. Nothing like airy eggs in an omelette.



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Degas
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re: Advice on making a 3 egg Omelete
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I don't think you are suppose to boil regular ziploc bags for health reasons.
I think I remember someone here contacting "Ziploc", and they replied with a disclaimer that their product is not made for this purpose.

You may be able to use this method, but it's not condoned.


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Hulkklogan
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re: Advice on making a 3 egg Omelete
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I actually like a somewhat runny egg inside in my omelette occasionally.



I wouldn't mind it like that if I could actually flip my omelette while it was runny in the center. If it's not cooked very well, my omelette breaks


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re: Advice on making a 3 egg Omelete
The best way I have found is to use a nonstick pan that is properly sized for the amount of eggs you are using. Second, real butter. Third low heat. Forth tip is to cover your pan which will trap steam and cook the uncooked side enough for the fifth step which is to flip the eggs with a flick of the wrist.

Add warmed/cooked veggies and meats, sprinkle cheese, fold over in half and slide onto plate to serve.

Works for me.


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mittmackenberger3
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re: Advice on making a 3 egg Omelete
put the oven on 300 and bake it for 5 minutes


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