Cookit Homepage Cookit is published by e2bn

Cheese Omelet or Omelette

Submitted by Katie henson
This recipe is in categories Main courses, Snacks
About this recipe
Healthiness : (131 votes)
Difficulty:  2 out of 5 difficulty
Comments: A basic omelet recipe. Some frying and grating required.
Preparation Time: 2 mins
Cooking Time: till it is no longer runny
Number of servings: 1
Serving suggestions: with boiled potatos and green beans

Omelet are a great way to serve eggs. You can add many different fillings to your omlette depending on what you like. Why not try ham, mushroom, tomates or cold potato?
  • 2 eggs
  • any amount of cheese to taste
  • a pinch of salt
  • a pinch of pepper
  • a drop sunflower oil
circular frying pan
Making and cooking it
Always wash your hands before preparing food Always wash your hands before preparing food.

  1. crack eggs in bowl and whisk till mixed
  2. add salt and pepper
  3. oil into pan
  4. pour in eggy mixture
  5. fry till no longer runny
  6. grate on cheese
  7. fold omlete in half
  8. enjoy!
Cheese Omelet or Omelette - print view  Cheese Omelet or Omelette - print view

If you tried this recipe and liked it, tell us about it
There is 1 comment for this recipe.
Add a comment

Name: Amit 22nd November 2015
I grew up on Red Velvet cake in the US South. It was always my resqeuted birthday cake that my Nana would bake for me. Now, I teach my daughters how to make my Grandmother's cake, and we made it for my 14 year old's birthday in January. Sadly, Nana no longer has her recipe (it was probably clipped out from a newspaper's food section 40 years ago), so I am making my way through various versions, some with more cocoa powder than others. Haven't landed on my favorite recipe yet. Thanks for the link, I will try this one. For the cream cheese icing, I have found that the cream cheese in Germany is not the same as in the US, and have substituted marscapone cheese which nearly hits the mark. I haven't found a local source for red food coloring and am ordering online. I am in Paris frequently. What brand of red food coloring do you use and where do you purchase it? Thanks much!
View all comments, or Add a comment

Required fields are bold

If you include your name it will be published next to your comment. You can use a nickname or screen name to remain anonymous. We will keep this information only whilst your comment remains on the website.

We use a third party, AP Johnson trading as Lee-Capelle, to manage, edit and verify your comment. In dealing with comments they may be able to see your account details but they are only allowed to use the information to deal with the content.

If you require more information about how we use your data or require us to remove a contribution you have made please contact: The DPO, E2BN, Unit 1, Saltmore Farm, New Inn Road, Hinxworth, SG7 5EZ

Fortune Cookies
Write your fortunes/messages on strips of white paper about 10cm by 1.5cmPreheat the oven to...