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Say goodbye to the days when you had to decide whether to make scrambled eggs or an omelet, since with this exciting breakthrough in the latest breakfast technology, you're able to have both at the same time. Serve this up with toast slathered with jam.

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10 mins
5 mins
15 mins
1 serving


Original recipe yields 1 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified
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  • Combine eggs, salt, cayenne, parsley, marjoram, thyme, and white Cheddar cheese in a small bowl and beat with a fork until combined.

  • Heat oil in a small, nonstick pan over medium heat. Pour the egg mixture into the hot pan and use a rubber spatula to begin scrambling the eggs, moving constantly and scraping the sides of the pan as needed. Reduce heat to low when eggs start to come together. Continue cooking, stirring slowly but constantly, until you have achieved very wet, soft scrambled eggs. Turn off the heat.

  • Tilt the pan toward you and push all the eggs together at the bottom edge of the pan. Go around the edges with your spatula, tucking in and smoothing out the edges, as you form the eggs into an omelet that is no longer wet, but still moist. The curve of the pan will help the shaping.

  • Turn the heat back to medium to help form a skin on the surface of the omelet, about 15 seconds. Remove from heat and carefully flop over onto a warm plate. Serve immediately.

Chef's Notes:

While this will work with 2 eggs, I recommend using 3, as the texture does come out better.

You can use any finely and freshly chopped herbs you like and can use butter instead of olive oil. As long as you don't use too much, feel free to add whatever other ingredients you want, such as a different cheese, diced ham, or vegetables.

This can be made in a large nonstick pan, shaped the same way, but the eggs will cook much faster, so watch your heat and go slowly.

Nutrition Facts

401 calories; protein 25.2g; carbohydrates 1.9g; fat 32.8g; cholesterol 584.2mg; sodium 521.1mg. Full Nutrition

Reviews (1)

Rating: 5 stars
Yet once again, Chef John has the perfect instructions. The result was an omelette that I can finally say “yes, I meant for it to look that way”. The ingredients were tasty and a good base to build on. He suggested we could also add veggies, which I will try next time. On the second omelette I crumbled up some fresh bacon into it as well which was a tasty addition. Watching the video really helped me master the technique before attempting it. It’s worth watching it a few times. Thank you Chef John for all your wonderful recipes! I’m a huge fan. And so is everyone I cook for by proxy. lol Read More