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2006/07/13 00:40:03 (permalink)
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Ommlette recipees on the cut

anyone got any? what condiments do you add?

just looking for some ideas

cheers
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    Yib
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/13 03:14:11 (permalink)
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    You can add a variety of different vegetables.. if the omelette itself is tasty then you don't need any condiments. The mix of veg can be simple too.. it depends on what you like.

    You can use zucchini, onion, sliced potato.. and some salt/pepper and olive oil...

    Can use asparagus, onion, green pepper, cheese, salt and olive oil.. or no salt and use butter to coat the pan if you're frying it..

    Can always add some sliced up meat.. if it's already marinated or whatnot then that adds to the taste as well..

    Keep in a couple of the yolks.. give it some flavour that way too..

    Can always add a bit of cheese for extra flavour, if needed.

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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/13 10:04:38 (permalink)
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    I add prawns

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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/13 10:54:07 (permalink)
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    prawns sounds horribe!

    mushrooms, tomato and some ham/turkey bacon is great.
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/13 11:23:37 (permalink)
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    some nice ideas lads, i thought about just chucking in a chopped bell pepper, sliced mushrooms and some onions. no real need for meat i guess because of the protein from the eggs.

    i wanna start getting more creative with my cooking but keep falling at the first hurdle normally.
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/13 11:57:44 (permalink)
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    When i have an omelette i turn the grill on at the same time as the hob, chuck the eggs in the pan and cook normally until the bottom is done, chuck in veggies and cheese on top, and then stick the pan under the grill instead of turning over or folding. It rises and comes out kind of like a pizza or something french...
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/15 04:27:35 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: apollocreed

    When i have an omelette i turn the grill on at the same time as the hob, chuck the eggs in the pan and cook normally until the bottom is done, chuck in veggies and cheese on top, and then stick the pan under the grill instead of turning over or folding. It rises and comes out kind of like a pizza or something french...


    LOL.. that made my night

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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/15 13:01:34 (permalink)
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    pmsl

    Dont you cook your veges before hand apollo?
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/15 20:03:30 (permalink)
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    haha! how else to describe it Nah mate i just chuck the veggies on raw, they get a wee bit brown on top and theyre fine, go for mushrooms, broccoli, tomato, onion, turns out great honestly!
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/15 21:00:41 (permalink)
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    hmmm raw/burnt veges lol.....

    I fry in a little olive oil before, turn the heat down, then add the eggs, half cook, add meat, toppings etc, then whack in under the grill.
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/15 21:03:32 (permalink)
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    Mushrooms, onion, parsley, shreds of chicken/salmon/smoked mackarel and a dash of tobasco and worcester sauce, bosh! MMMMMM MMMMMM

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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/15 22:54:03 (permalink)
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    Could you add some oats to the mix?

    Reason I ask is that I am getting a bit bored of my usual 6 egg whites and 50g oats in the morning.

    I was thinking I could add the 50g oats (blended) to the mix and throw in some peppers / onion and turkey bacon?

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/15 23:17:50 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: gettingbigger

    Could you add some oats to the mix?

    Reason I ask is that I am getting a bit bored of my usual 6 egg whites and 50g oats in the morning.

    I was thinking I could add the 50g oats (blended) to the mix and throw in some peppers / onion and turkey bacon?

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm




    sounds likea winner.
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/15 23:24:45 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: big_mal


    ORIGINAL: gettingbigger

    Could you add some oats to the mix?

    Reason I ask is that I am getting a bit bored of my usual 6 egg whites and 50g oats in the morning.

    I was thinking I could add the 50g oats (blended) to the mix and throw in some peppers / onion and turkey bacon?

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm




    sounds likea winner.



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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/16 19:57:56 (permalink)
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    I made it this morning instead of having my usual shake. It was ok but the oats altered the flavour and texture for the worse.

    It was certainly filling but pretty hard going and I didnt like burping onions for the next few hours.

    I will stick to just drinking it.
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/16 20:00:09 (permalink)
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    Use (sweet) potato instead of oats.

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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/23 00:32:06 (permalink)
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    burping onions for the next few hours.


    i fricking hate that

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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/24 00:15:08 (permalink)
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    italianbabe, fancy cooking for me sometime?? sounds good.
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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/24 00:19:27 (permalink)
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    a great one to take to work with you is white rice, sweet baby carrots, broccoli, cucumber, peas, a little sweetcorn for colour, with 200grms prawns and a drizzle of thousand island dressing. maybe use some lettuce leaves as a base if u want it to look gourmet ;)

    Honest youll never get sick of it ;)

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    RE: Ommlette recipees on the cut 2006/07/24 01:04:20 (permalink)
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    No, I dislike cooking for other people. Espeically people I don't know

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