So I tried making a ham and cheese omelette.
And for the most part it came out pretty good.
But I'm not sure I went through with it right seeing as how I hide no guide.
Pretty much all I did was mix some eggs.
Then added ham and cheese when they where in the skillet thing.
And thats prettymuch all I did, there has to be more then this...
If not, can someone give me idea of what other things I can make omelettes out of?
Pour as many different spices as you can in the eggs before you put 'em in the pan, add tobasco sauce to the eggs before they hit the pan... also put in some milk/water (but not too much), and if you're adding stuff like cheese or ham, wait until it's almost firm, then put 'em along the middle and fold the eggs over them.
(And no, I'm not kidding about the spices, I have been complemented many times on my SUPER ZESTY AND GOOD OMELETTES OF WONDEROUSNESS!!!!
Get about 3 eggs, a pinch of ground nutmeg, 1/2 teaspoon of salt and ground black pepper, a pinch of sugar, pour a bit of milk, hand full of dice of green onions, mince mushrooms (6), mince a 1/2 of red bellpeppers, a slice of ham, and half cup of cheddar and swiss shredded cheese.