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The word "omelet" is apparently of French origin. The French word "omelette" is defined as "a dish of beaten eggs cooked in a frying pan with butter or oil".

Ancient Romans were known to combine eggs and dairy products into patinae, custards and a variety of other sweet and savory dishes. Egg dishes similar to omelet were prepared by medieval cooks. Historians have proven that omelets are traced to ancient Persia.

A large varieties of omelet recipes have been developed over the years around the world. In addition to the more well-known Spanish version of tortilla and the Italian version of frittata, there are the German, Irish, Mexican, Hungarian, Russian, Turkey and the Iraqi omelets. Even the Japanese and Chinese have their own traditional omelet dishes called tamagoyaki and oyster omelet respectively. The popularity of omelet is truly ancient.

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Omelet with Fresh Herbs and Romano Cheese


Omelet with Fresh Herbs & Romano Cheese

Omelet with Fresh Herbs & Romano CheeseIngredients:

• 1 tablespoon butter
• 1 1/2 tablespoon olive oil
• 6 eggs
• 2 tablespoons fresh finely chopped basil
• 2 tablespoons fresh finely chopped parsley
• 2 tablespoons fresh finely chopped chives
• 2 tablespoons Romano Cheese shavings
• salt and pepper


1• Heat the butter and olive oil in a non stick frying pan.
2• Beat the eggs and add the herbs. Add the salt and pepper and your preferred seasonings if any.
3• Pour the egg and herb mixture in the frying pan. Let it spread out naturally and slowly pick up the pan and direct the mixture around the frying pan. You can also shake the pan from side to side so the omelet does not stick to the bottom.
4• When the omelet is cooked thourougly add half of the Romano Cheese shavings.
5• Turn one side over to the other and add the remaining Romano Cheese shavings.
6• Shake the pan and slide on a serving plate.

Omelette with Truffles and Bra Cheese


Omelette with Truffles and Bra Cheese

Omelette with Truffles and Bra CheeseIngredients:

• 2 teaspoon butter
• 3 eggs
• 1 green onion, thinly sliced
• 1 button mushroom, sliced
• 2 tablespoons grated Bra cheese
• 2 shavings black truffle, broken into pieces, or 1/2 teaspoon truffle oil
• salt and pepper


1• In a medium saute pan, heat the butter over medium heat in a non stick frying pan.
2• In a small bowl, gently whisk the eggs. Pour them into the hot saute pan.
3• While eggs are cooking, sprinkle the green onions, button mushrooms, Bra cheese and truffle pieces over them. Season the omelette with salt and pepper.
4• Once the eggs are almost fully cooked, fold the omelette in half and cook 2 minutes longer until eggs are set. Serve immediately.
Serves 1

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