An omelet is a dish that you can enjoy for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The subtle flavor of eggs lends itself to a variety of ingredients, making it possible for you to enjoy a different omelet every day for a month or more, depending on how creative you are. This omelet recipe incorporates flavorful onions, extra virgin olive oil, and Lucini Balsamic Vinegar in a winning combination.
At Lucini Italia Co., we understand the pleasures of dining, which are enhanced with high-quality foods from our online store. We work with farmers in our region to ensure the freshest ingredients and have developed select recipes with help from gourmet chefs.
It’s All in the Timing
Just about everyone knows how to cook eggs, but to make the perfect omelet takes a little finesse. The key is knowing when to turn each side, so the omelet is not overcooked. Don’t worry. We’ve included some hints about how to tell when your omelet is ready in the instructions below.
Recipe Servings: 1 portions
Recipe Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Recipe Cook Time: 10 minutes
5 ounces fresh onion
2 tablespoons Lucini® Premium Select Extra Virgin Olive Oil®
2 tablespoons Lucini® 10 Year Gran Riserva Balsamico
Beat eggs; set aside.
Cut the onion into thin slices or chop roughly and heat in pan with the oil until it softens without changing color.
Add a pinch of pepper to the beaten eggs, mix well and transfer to the frying pan.
When you can see from the edges that the under-side is done, turn over. The omelette must never seem overdone or burnt, but must have a pale golden color. The strong flavor of the onion will contrast with the mild taste of the egg, backed up by the balsamic vinegar. This is why a small spoonful of balsamic vinegar must be poured over the omelette as soon as it has been transferred from the frying pan to a well-heated plate. Thanks to its unforgettable flavor and aroma, no one will remember that this dish does not contain any salt.