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Fluffy Cheese Omlette

One of the most satisfying things you can have for brekkie is a nice cheese omelette. (Yes…I like this spelling in comparison to the plain old ‘omelet’). Its feels decadent but it’s very healthy, And it’s definitely more inspiring than just plain toast and orange juice. No kidding, but a cheese omelette is considered special breakfast in my place. I always make it when my sister spends the night at my place and we have lazy conversations over it the next morning. Whip it up on any day in under 5 mins and I ensure it will sit pretty and happy in your stomach till lunch break.
Fluffy Cheese Omelette
Prep time: 2 mins
Cooking time: 5 mins
Serves: 1
What you need:
2 Med Eggs
1 Tbsp Water
25gm/ 1 cube of Cheese (Cheddar)
A dash of Butter
Salt and freshly ground Pepper
What to do:
Ensure the eggs are at room temperature. Crack them open into a bowl, add a tablespoon of water and whisk to get some air into the mixture and till the white and yellows are nicely blended. (NOT stiff!) Heat a non stick pan. Smear some butter to grease the pan. Pour the egg mixture in. Reduce the heat to low. Let the eggs just start to set. Grate the cheese onto one half of the omlette. When the egg looks about set, fold the non cheese part over the cheese half, so that you have a nice semi circle. Pat the edges down so that it seals the contents in. Wait till it starts to fluff up (30 secs). Season with salt and pepper. Now slide the omlette into a plate and enjoy a sunny morning!! 
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2 Comments

  1. It's really simple Arjun.. you're wife will love it. Don't forget to use a non stick pan – the omlette will slide out easily.

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