Souffle Omelette


If you didn't know, CCC loves eggs!
Its a very basic ingredients but does wonders to any dish! From appetizers to desserts.
A very big thank you to Chef Kevin for teaching me this method of cooking eggs.
Something simple with a twist *ofcourse* and extraordinary name!

Ingredients:
2 Eggs (Seperated)
Butter or cooking oil
Salt to taste (if no filling is added)

optional,
Bacon or Ham
Cheese
Herbs
Pepper

Method:

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1. Separate the egg yolks and egg whites from the 2 eggs

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2. Whisk the egg white until foamy

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3. Combine egg yolks with the egg whites and pour into preheated pan with some butter on the pan.

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4. Place filling lightly in the centre of the omelette when egg is almost done
(dropping the ingredients too hard will cause the omelette to sink)

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5. Fold and cook until filling is fully cooked and melted.

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Results? Its like a fluffy pancake omelette named Souffle Omelette by Chef Kevin :D

Additional Notes:
*Can also be done without filling, just remember to flip the egg
** Salt needs to be added during step 2 if no filling is added



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14 comments:

PcTutorial said...

heheh nice recipe bit thx :) I saw in jackass how they do a omlet :P

Rebecca Bany said...

Wonderful recipe!

The Red Angel said...

This looks so incredibly delicious I think I'm going to go make an omelet right now for lunch! Fantastic photos and great recipe, thanks for sharing!

~TRA

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Caren Gittleman said...

yum!

Click Click Culinary said...

PcTutorial - u're welcome :) uhh i just watched that jackass one, it was disgusting and disturbing man! lol how could anyone even think of that? :/

Rebecca Bany - Hope you would love the final result :)

The Red Angel - I hope you tried my friends souffle omelette style :)

Caren Gittleman - hehe! nom noms :D

abby jenkins said...

Hey, That's the little whisk I froth my coffee's milk with! Love it's not multi-breakfast item-purpose!

foodie and the chef said...

I'm convinced omlettes are the perfect food... this looks delicious !

Click Click Culinary said...

abby jenkins - hehe when people gets lazy, all kinds of ideas pop out xD

foodie and the chef - good to know it looks delicious :D

Hélène (Cannes) said...

You know that in France, we sometimes eat your Soufflé Omelette (omelette soufflée in french ...), flavoured with a little sugar and an orange liquor or/and filled with jam ... It's delicious too, as a dessert ...
Have a nice day !
Hélène

Jean Jacques said...

Great! I could do this tom morning for breakfast.



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...with ♥, SB said...

That is so perfect! thank you for sharing.

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absolutely brilliant recipe. Have it twice a week, very love it

chopinandmysaucepan said...

Looks great but for some peculiar reason, I can only eat my eggs if I can see the yolk with the exception of scrambled eggs.

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