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I made it for my lunch today and it was pretty good. I made the following modifications: I doubled the amount of feta cheese(coz I m a huge fan of it) added a pinch of cumin dried parsely to the egg mixture and a few drops of hot sauce to the omelet.
Rating: 5 stars
This was great and I added some bacon crumps. OOe La La.
Like many others I felt this was a good base recipe from which to add your own ingredients to make it 4 stars. Personally I added fresh mushrooms scallions and onion to the feta mixture. Next time I might add fresh garlic or sun-dried tomatoes. Rolling the omelette seemed to really pull the ingredients together in a lovely way. Will make again!
I was very pleased with this omelet. Delicious just as it is. In the future I will use it as a base to make different kinds of omelets with additions such as bacon onion tomatoes and especilly spinach. But loved it very much just as written. Simple and delicious! Thank you for sharing!
Good omelet. The instructions and method are perfect for me a self proclaimed omelet scaredy cat. I love eggs but am scared off of omelets due to the preparation. This was easy for even me! I read most of the reviews before making and I added parsley to the egg itself and sun dried tomato to the feta mixture. I can see why others thought this was bland--it does need a bit of jazzing up. I used plenty of salt and pepper especially since I used egg beaters. Not entirely sure how I did this but I made the two omelets in batches and ended up with 3. I served with toast and pears--nice breakfast thanks for the recipe.