This is the basic omelette, enough to feed two.
8 ounces kielbasa, sliced and cooked
6 large eggs
2 Tablespoons milk
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon Scoville Brothers Heavy Metal heat (to taste)
pinch of dry mustard
I added a couple tablespoons of chopped red pepper and a tiny bit of spinch which was leftover from salad last night - optional
1 Tablespoon unsalted butter
a generous 1/3 cup smoked Gouda
Soak the eggs for 5 minutes in hot (not scalding) water. This will help the omelette cook faster and the faster it cooks the more tender it will be.
Use butter instead of olive oil in the pan, letting the pan heat 2-3 minutes before adding a teaspoon or two of butter per serving (this recipe serves two). Use basting brush to even coat the bottom of your pan.
When you've mixed up the egg with milk so yolk and white are incorporated (without whipping them into froth) throw in some fresh herbs such as basil or chives, or some leftover spinach or peppers for a little color and flavor
Think outside the box as far as ingredients. Instead of the standard ham and onion and cheddar I made this omelette with leftover cooked Kielbasa and smoked Gouda (1 to 2 ounce per two eggs).
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Now for cooking your omelette - add eggs, stirring briskly with a silicone spatula for five seconds on on medium to medium high heat. As soon as the "curds" form so it's looking a bit like scrambled eggs, lift the pan and tilt it around until the extra liquid pours off the top of the curds and into the pan. Use a spatula to shape the edge into a round and make sure the omelette doesn't stick. Sprinkle on any cheese you may use Now walk away You heard me. This tip is from Alton Brown and it works. Let your omelette sit unaccosted for 10 seconds to it can develop the proper outer crust. If it needs a bit more time to cook though, depending on size, do so, but don't mess with it any more.
To finish, shake the pan gently to make sure the omelette is indeed free of the pan. This is the part where you normally fold it over to get the perfect shape. I usually fail at this so I just tip it all onto my plate.