Quick Omelette with Cherry Tomatoes | jernejkitchen
Quick
Omelette with Cherry Tomatoes
The combination of cherry tomatoes, parmesan cheese and chives is simple and delicious.
serves
1
0
preparation time:
10
0
minutes
<p>We love eggs for breakfast. They give us so much energy + this meal keeps us full for quite some time. The combination of cherry tomatoes, parmesan cheese and chives is simple and delicious. Lovely for a quick, wonderful breakfast or brunch. I like my eggs still a bit runny in the middle, but you can cook a bit longer for a thicker structure. Great with a dollop of sour cream or creme fraiche. You can also use ham, mushrooms, smoked salmon or any other filling. </p>
INGREDIENTS
serves
1
0
preparation time:
10
0
minutes
Omelette with Cherry Tomatoes
METHOD
    Crack the eggs into a bowl and beat with a fork until smooth. Season the eggs with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
    Heat a non-stick frying pan over a high heat and add the olive oil. When the olive oil is very hot but not smoking, pour the eggs quickly into the pan. Shake the pan to distribute the eggs evenly, then leave for about 20 seconds until the eggs begin to set.
    Using a spatula pull the edges of the omelette toward the center while shaking the pan to redistribute the remaining liquid to the edges. The omelette is done when still slightly runny in the middle. In this point add your filling. Add chopped cherry tomatoes, half of the chives and parmesan cheese. Remove from the heat.

TIP

The omelette should be pale and yellow without any brown color and just cooked through.
The omelette should be done under 1 minute.
    Pick up the pan and tilt the handle upwards and away from you. At the same time, tap the handle of the pan so that the omelette moves towards the opposite end of the pan. Fold two edges into the middle and pip the omelette onto a plate.
Serve
    Sprinkle over the rest of the chives and add a dollop of sour creme or crème fraîche.

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