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2005/07/20 18:47:45 (permalink)

Omelette Maker

I was thinking about buying this omelette maker I saw at the store. It kind of looks like a miniature george foreman grill but it has two little wells to pour stuff in. All you do is pour the eggs in and then close the machine and somehow the eggs kind of poof up and form kind of a crunchy crust type pocket. I was just wondering if all you put in the wells is the eggs, is this just as healthy a way as cooking eggs as scrambling them in a pot?
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    MrBojangles
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/20 19:44:37 (permalink)
    I have one, but mine is just two pieces of plastic which fold in the middle.
    Got it at InStore for £1. One of the best purchases ever IMO!
    Great as it makes the perfect omelette in your microwave.
    Just use eggs (I use 1 whole egg & several whites) and some milk

    I put mashed up apple in mine as a filling, but the possibilities are limitless
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    nickpellatt
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/20 20:43:07 (permalink)
    The £1 thing sounds good........omlettes are so easy to make I wouldnt wanna spend too much on an omlette maker....

    Unless of course the omlette maker was a petite 17 yr old filipino girl etcetcetc
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/20 20:47:07 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: nickpellatt

    The £1 thing sounds good........omlettes are so easy to make I wouldnt wanna spend too much on an omlette maker....

    Unless of course the omlette maker was a petite 17 yr old filipino girl etcetcetc




    Nick I found that comment abit unstelling and offensive mate...

    Omelettes are not easy to make
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/20 20:47:52 (permalink)
    The £1 thing sounds good........omlettes are so easy to make I wouldnt wanna spend too much on an omlette maker....


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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/20 22:01:07 (permalink)
    PAGAN if I had a more economical car or maybe a diesel Id drive up and give you a slap...tight indeed!

    Anyway back on topic........the key to succesful omlette making is patience...keep the heat low and try and make it in fifteen mins rather than five.... a lower heat stops it burning and keep its light ...I love omlette.....but Im gonna look in mrpound / poundland etc this sat for a microwave version
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/21 12:51:00 (permalink)
    I got an omlette maker............IT ALSO DOUBLES UP AS A FRYING PAN TOO

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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/21 12:57:48 (permalink)
    Ive got this aswell, extremely useful!
    ORIGINAL: MrBojangles

    I have one, but mine is just two pieces of plastic which fold in the middle.
    Got it at InStore for £1. One of the best purchases ever IMO!
    Great as it makes the perfect omelette in your microwave.
    Just use eggs (I use 1 whole egg & several whites) and some milk

    I put mashed up apple in mine as a filling, but the possibilities are limitless

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    Johnny Mnemonic
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/21 13:21:40 (permalink)
    I have one of those Microwave Omelette makers havent used it for a while as the Mrs threw away the instructions and can remember how long when to stir etc.

    Anyone tell me how they use it..??
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/21 14:17:51 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Johnny Mnemonic

    I have one of those Microwave Omelette makers havent used it for a while as the Mrs threw away the instructions and can remember how long when to stir etc.

    Anyone tell me how they use it..??

    Mix the egss and some milk together in a jug or whatever
    Pour equally into both sections
    Microwave for a few minutes, until it gets solid. You may find the middle of each section stays liquid, so swill it round slightly and continue heating.
    Add filling to one section
    Close the omelette maker and microwave agin for a minute or so

    Done

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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/21 14:19:57 (permalink)
    Thanks, All I have to do now is find it again
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/21 14:32:14 (permalink)
    Sounds good - where do I get one?

    Do they taste OK in the microwave?

    What's a good filling thats healthy and lean?
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/21 14:39:10 (permalink)
    I got mine in one of those cheap clearance places, only cost a pund or so, Asda also have them but these are smaller that mine, I also think Betterware do them.
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    RE: Omelette Maker 2005/07/21 15:24:23 (permalink)
    Omelettes are easy enough to make in a frying pan. I'm crap with gadgets and any kind of omelette making festoonery would only end in tears for me.
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