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How to Make a French Omelet | Video

The French Omelet: A Classic Breakfast Made Easy

Take your love of cooking eggs to the next level by trying your hand at a classic French omelet. If you've never had one before, the difference between a French version and its American counterpart is simple: the French version is rolled, and thanks to a light hand and a shorter cooking time, it also has an oozy custard interior.

The basic recipe — which is little more than eggs cooked in butter with salt, pepper, and a garnish of chives — is so elemental that perfect execution is key. Learn how to make these fluffy, silky eggs when you watch our video, then print out the recipe and give it a try on your own.

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Amy3145567 Amy3145567 4 years
Both of those options sound amazing!
Brandi-Milloy Brandi-Milloy 4 years
@Susannah Chen-that sounds heavenly! Although I'm imagining more of a humboldt fog cheese nestled in between those eggs!
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 4 years
I'm dreaming of making this for dinner sometime this week with a few slivers of melted brie in the middle. Can you imagine?!
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