Here is a classic every cook should know how to make. If you prefer firmer eggs or if undercooked eggs are a concern, cook the omelet for another minute before adding the cheese. It will get a little brown, but the eggs will be cooked through.
For more tips, watch the Classic French Omelet Video Recipe and learn how to make a perfectly folded cheese omelet.
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To turn this breakfast into dinner, start the meal off with a simple green salad.
The only thing you need to add is about a tablespoon of milk or water to the eggs. Otherwise perfect.
The video was a huge help and the recipe works perfectly every time for me... these are the best omelets we've ever had!
We love this recipe and use it regularly. Have never had to add water.
i've tried this recipe,but it's hard,do i need to add some water?
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