Making the perfect Omelette

Last night at Moments Coffee we were shown how to make the perfect omelette. I’ve just tried doing it but found i had no seasoning and forgot what tp do with the spatula so here goes, If you know what it was let me know.


For a 27cm pan:

Two free range eggs (locally sourced)

Pinch of salt and pepper

butter to grease the pan with

grated cheddar and parmesan


*Heat pan

*in mean time break the eggs and whick with a fork until white has gone (using a fork creates less bubbles) Add the seasoning.

* If eggs are not at room temperature put in a bowl of warm water for a few minutes

*Being careful, wipe round the pan with butter giving a good coating

*when the butter changes colour add the egg.

* let in settle for a few seconds and then start pushing the egg in allowing the uncooked to run underneath see here


*Add cheese as its still cooking and keep loosening the edges and when set fold in half and serve.

I just tried it and forgot the seasoning and put too much butter in but once you get the hang of it, it’s a great quick fix and fantastic comfort food. Considering I hated eggs as a kid (still don’t like boiled eggs)  this is one of the simplest things anyone could cook and costs hardly anything.

Thank you for reading



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