omelette


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Synonyms for omelette

beaten eggs or an egg mixture cooked until just set

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Once the omelette has formed and is holding but still a little underdone, add the mushrooms in the centre and carefully roll the omelette over them to the edge of the pan.
30am and ordered a cup of tea with my favourite omelette sandwich in chapati.
Omelette is paying special attention to corporate packages and cart parties for upcoming events.
It has great novelty value but it only makes one small omelette at a time, so you need to be patient.
When edges begin to set, spread cheese along one half of the omelette.
The 10ounces of American Sturgeon caviar piled on top of the omelette ordinarily retails for about 65 dollars an ounce.
In fact traditional Omelette Arnold Bennett doesn't have spinach in it, but as I love eggs and spinach together, plus the fact that it is good for you and gives some nice colour, I like to add it in my version.
Dr Omelette, formerly known as Greg Lewis, 27, of Merthyr Tydfil, was given the nickname after a food fight with his colleague Nigel Sullivan, 34, led to a pasty being lobbed at his head.
ANKARA, Oct 8, 2010 (TUR) -- World's biggest omelette was cooked in Turkey on the World Egg Day.
Egg on his face Legendary Pontypool front row member Bobby Windsor recalls how his request for an omelette at a South African restaurant had left his teammates in gales of laughter.
Fancy an omelette for your tea but would like to try something a bit different?
You will need a good 20cm (8in) non-stick frying pan and a suitable spatula to stir the omelette.
In Spain, what is an omelette made from eggs, potatoes and garlic called?
They say you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs.