- JAN 13th Piccies of the day
The flat omelette, otherwise known as a “frittata” in Italy or a “tortilla” in Spain is basically cooked the same way as a folded omelette, however, the flat omelette contains a larger number of eggs, is thicker, will more than likely contain a number of other ingredients for the filling and is cut into wedges rather than folded and may be served hot or cold.
The ingredients used to fill the flat omelette are usually placed in the bottom of the pan and the eggs are then poured over the top. The flat omelette is cooked over a low heat for a longer period of time and finished off with a few minutes of cooking time under the grill.Posted 5 years ago
Below is a recipe for a flat omelette with ideas for fillings underneath.
Not much of a recipe
chopped onion and bacon fried and left in the pan
2 eggs and some milk whisked.with pepper
some grated cheddar and sometimes a dash of tabasco
chuck in the pan and cook the bottom
whack under the grill and it rises up and browns the cheese
turn out on a slice of toast and eat.Posted 5 years agopiedi di formaggioSubscriber
Technically a very poor photo, but conveys movement and atmosphere of a winter’s afternoon entertainment quite well. This is Mrs Feet with her bowling technique, which is basically throw the bowling ball as far down the lane as she possibly can!Posted 5 years agosofakingMember
[/url] You make your own luck in this world………. and the next by Kriegaffe 9, on Flickr[/img]Posted 5 years ago
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