_ I love an eggy brunch or lunch on a weekend. I usually make scrambled eggs and occasionally fried. I find poaching a disaster and ultimately a waste of my good organic free range eggs.
Omelettes I like, however made in a fry pan I tend to burn them, even on low heat so when I found out I could do an omelette using the thermomix I was intrigued. Not only can't you burn it, you don't need any oil! Bonus!
_What to do?
Put a handful of your fave herbs like coriander, parsley or basil in the thermomix bowl and chop on speed 7 till they stop hitting the sides
If adding cheese (optional) put approx 25g per person in the bowl and chop of speed 5 for a few secs or till a grated texture.
Add 4 eggs per person to the bowl (don't crack the eggs on the side of the TM bowl)
Add a some salt and pepper and mix on speed 4 till combined.
Line the varoma tray with baking paper and pour the omelette mix onto it
Rinse the TM bowl, cover the blades with water, bring water up to varoma temperature then add the varoma on top. Steam for approx 6-7 mins. Check the centre isn't wobbly before removing. If it is, give it another 1-2 mins.
Lift the omelette out of the varoma using the edges of the paper, slice in half and serve with a beautiful salad for two people.
_Welcome to my recipe collection
__ Some tweaked, some created. These are recipes in my real world using fresh, seasonal ingredients, whatever is left in the fridge, being creative with leftovers and multi-tasking with the Thermomix, oven, stove and slow cooker. My recipes are all gluten-free and mostly dairy free.