Omelette Recipe Tamagoyaki (a Japanese Version of Omelette) - Believe it or not, omelettes are in fact one of the simplest meals you can make at home. This is because omelet is basically just a dish made from eggs.
With a nice omelette pan and all the necessary ingredients at hand, you can make this wonderful and nutritious meal for yourself and your family members real quick.
Did you know that tamagoyaki (a Japanese version of omelette) is usually cooked in a rectangular omelet pan? Indeed, omelettes are one of the fancier ways you can enjoy eggs and you can make them for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Cooking perfect omelettes can be quick tricky but once you mastered the art of cooking them, you can make them easily anytime. The best way to tell if your omelet is done is when most of the eggs are set but slightly liquid.
* 10 eggs
* 1 cup tomatoes, peeled and chopped
* 3 green sweet peppers, cored, seeded and sliced thinly
* 3 bermuda onions, peeled and sliced thinly
* 1 tablespoon garlic, minced finely
* 2 tablespoons olive oil
* 3 tablespoons butter
* salt to taste
* pepper to taste
1. Preheat the saucepan then add in the olive oil. Add in the onions, green peppers, salt and pepper to taste then saute them for 5 minutes.
2. Add in the garlic and tomatoes then cook for another 15 minutes.
3. In a mixing bowl, add in the eggs then beat them until frothy. Add in salt and pepper to taste. Add in 1 1/4 cups of the tomato mixture and then beat lightly.
4. Preheat the omelette pan and add in the butter. Add in the egg mixture and cook it. Shake the pan and stir with a fork until the omelette is set on the bottom. Make sure that the omelette remain moist and runny in the center.
5. When the omelette is done, you need to transfer the omelette by placing a large warm serving plate over the pan then quickly invert the omelette onto the plate.
6. Garnish the omelette with the remaining tomato mixture which you cooked earlier.
7. Serve hot and enjoy!