The omelette is a versatile food originating from France that consists of beaten eggs, filled with different sorts of toppings. Remember you can't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs.
Traditionally the omelette was made by whisking eggs and adding a dash of cream or milk, before pouring the mixture into a hot fry pan, lined with a small amount of butter.
French, Spanish and Asian alternatives are common. Popular fillings include:
ham, cheddar cheese, tomato and spinach
mushrooms, rocket and goats cheese
salami, spinach, onion and mozzarella cheese
crab meat, coriander and beansprouts dressed with chilli, garlic and soy.
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