Friday, 13 March 2009

Caramelized Garlic and Onion Omelette with Cheese

Ingredients for the Recipe: (a person)
  • 2 large eggs (mixed in a bowl)
  • 3 teeth of garlic (minced)
  • 1 / 2 onion (sliced thin)
  • three spoons of soup filled with cheese cubes (I used cheddar cut into small cubes)
  • a little olive oil
  • salt and ground black pepper (to taste)

Put non-stick frying pan on the stove with a little olive oil, season it with sea salt and black pepper, and once it is hot add the onion and garlic, stir until they are always the golden and semi-caramelized, (both the garlic onion get a typical medium sweet taste that is a beautiful) then remove them from the stove and combine them well with the eggs.

Put the pan back to the fire with a little more olive oil and once hot pour the eggs into the pan , begin to stir as if you were making scrambled eggs, but as soon as starts to dry stop mixing because the perfect omelette is supposed to be moist (a little) in the centre, then line the centre of the omelet with cheese , leaving about two centimetres from the edge of the pan without cheese, with a plastic spatula (Teflon) bend one third of the omelet into the centre of the same, and do the same with the opposite side, once folded and let it cook for 1-2 minutes to seal it, then flip it over and cook the other side 1-2 minutes more which also allows the cheese melt in, which allows when you cut the omelette a little cheese to run out yum! yum! Now serve with whatever you want, I made potato wedges and salad you can also use rice and more and combinations of various things. bom apetite. good appetite.

These eggs I used were super fresh, taken from a friend who has chickens and liked my blog, his name is Manuel. Today I also offered a wonderful fish that I will cook soon, but for now I have a few more surprises for you .. kisses xxx


Chef E said...

Could I have some egg with my cheese please, that is oozing with goodness Ricardo! YUM again...ole!

Ricardo said...

Thx Chef E for the lovely comment and visit..nice to have you around. cheers xx

simplyheaven said...

Hello Ricardo! This recipe looks so yum! I will defiantly try it, thanks for sharing!!

Ricardo said...

Thank you SimpleHeaven for taking the time to visit and comment. :D


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