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Omelet

An omelet, or omelette, is a popular dish originating in France, typically made of beaten eggs, cooked in a pan, and filled with a variety of ingredients such as cheese, vegetables, and meats. This versatile dish is served around the world with regional variations and can be enjoyed for breakfast, brunch, or even dinner. Omelets are not only delicious but also rich in protein, making them a nutritious meal option. Preparing an omelet requires a non-stick or well-seasoned pan, medium heat, and a folding or flipping technique to keep the eggs fluffy and tender. The beaten eggs are poured into the heated, greased pan and allowed to cook gently, with the fillings added just before folding or flipping the omelet. Customizable and simple to make, omelets are a convenient meal choice for people of all cooking skill levels.
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IN FROZEN BREAKFAST
154
CAL / 100G
$0.71
AVG / OZ
Omelet
3%
CARBS
51%
FAT
46%
PROTEIN
Omelet FAQ
What is an omelet?
What ingredients do I need to make an omelet?
What type of pan should I use to make an omelet?
How do I cook an omelet?
What are some common omelet fillings?
Can I make substitutions to the recipe for personal taste or dietary preferences?
How can I adjust the consistency or texture of my omelet?
How should I store leftover omelet?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Omelet expire?
Once prepared and cooked, an omelet should be consumed immediately for the best taste and texture. However, if you have leftovers, you can refrigerate them in a sealed container for up to 2 days. Beyond this, the omelet may develop an unpleasant smell and taste. Freezing is not recommended as it can drastically alter the texture and flavor of the eggs and filling.
How do you tell if Omelet is bad?
If your omelet has gone bad, you'll notice several signs. The first is a change in its color from its original hue to a darker, more translucent shade. The smell can also change, developing a sour or rancid odor. Finally, any presence of mold or slimy texture indicates spoilage. If you're unsure, remember it's always safer to toss it out.
Tips for storing Omelet to extend shelf life
• Always refrigerate leftover omelets in a sealed container. This keeps them fresh and prevents the growth of bacteria. • Try to consume leftovers within 2 days for the best taste and quality. • Avoid freezing, as the texture of the omelet and its fillings will suffer. • Always reheat leftover omelets thoroughly before eating to destroy any potential bacteria. • If your omelet contains meat, it's extra important to refrigerate it immediately and heat well before eating, as meats can develop harmful bacteria more quickly.
EXPIRES WITHIN
2 - 3.6
YEARS
Health Info
Macros
0g
CARBS
13g
FAT
12g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
MEDITERRANEAN
Contains these allergens
EGGS
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