Vegetable omelette recipe with step by step photos

Vegetable omelette close-up
Close up of prepared, stuffed vegetable omelette

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Hi, I am a German Chef and Food Photographer. The imparting of cooking knowledge is my great passion. Everyone can cook for himself and with this website I would like to contribute to its success. Cooking questions I answer you gladly at the end of the articles. Have fun and good luck!

Here I show you my vegetable omelette recipe. I like to serve the egg dish in the shape of a half moon and stuffed.

For breakfast or brunch, as a quick lunch, the dish always fits and succeeds easily.

Now follow me into the kitchen and let yourself be inspired! Enjoy watching the cooking video and photos. Good luck with your cooking!

1. Shopping list for your vegetable omelette

I’ve left you a handy list for your supermarket shopping. You will need:

When buying eggs, please look carefully at the packaging. Organic eggs taste better, I love Demeter eggs, with them you buy yourself a good feeling at the same time.

Demeter organic eggs
Demeter or other organic eggs are the first choice for preparation! © Thomas Sixt Food Photographer

2. Selecting the right pan for omelette preparation

I don’t know your equipment and would still like to achieve the best possible result for you. In some pans, the egg dish doesn’t work so well. Here are some tips and notes:

– Use a coated pan, the egg dish is guaranteed to succeed!
– Avoid a “normal” stainless steel pan, the egg tends to stick!
– Use a burnt iron pan that has already achieved a non-stick effect!

Don’t be put off, even star chefs swear by coated pans. I’ll be offering a pots and pans shopping guide soon, so if you’re interested, get in touch!

New stainless steel pan
High quality stainless steel pan with non-stick effect without coating. I have this pan in continuous use right now and am very satisfied!

3. How many eggs fit in the pan for a successful omelette?

Because you won’t find the answer to this question in almost any recipe, I’d rather write it down for you. If you put too many eggs in the pan, you won’t be able to turn the omelette well. Two to a maximum of three eggs have proven to be effective. Use a medium or small pan, with small pans please reduce the number of eggs to a maximum of two.

At the same time, you can choose the round shape or the classic half-moon shape. The graphic below helps with this consideration. The appeal of the recipe below is the half-moon shape: the vegetables hidden in the egg with cheese and basil develop great flavours. –> Please try it out!

Which pan size is right for your omelette?
Info graphic large or small pan, crescent, small omelette or round egg dish.

Always prepare and share egg dishes with lots of love!

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Eggs with venison cooked in a small pan. Such an omelette is pleasing to the eye and the palate!

4. Recipe Vegetable Omelette

I hope you are inspired enough now and find everything in your fridge. Have fun with the preparation and good luck!

Vegetable omelette

Instructions with tips from cooking professional Thomas Sixt.

Servings 2
Calories 559
Total Time 15 Min.

Vegetable omelette recipe with top tips from chef Thomas Sixt.

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Vegetable omelette close-up
Close up of prepared, stuffed vegetable omelette

Preparation Time

5 Min.

Cook Time

10 Min.

Ingredients

Dekoration und Gemüse

2 pc tomatoes
1 tbsp Salt (for blanching tomatoes)
1 pc Courgette
50 g parmesan
1 tbsp Sunflower oil

Zutaten Eierspeise

4-5 pc eggs
1/4 tsp Salt (I use primal salt or Himalayan salt)
4-6 pinches Pepper black, ground
2 pinches Cayenne pepper
10 g butter (or olive oil)
1/4 bunch basil
1 tsp Sunflower oil (I like to use half butter)

Instruction

Prepare tomato cubes and tomato concasse
Quarter the peeled tomatoes and cut out the core. Cut the tomato pulp into strips or cubes.

Cut the tomato skin crosswise on the underside and blanch the tomatoes for 30-45 seconds and cool under cold water. Peel the tomatoes and cut into quarters. Remove the core and cut the flesh into cubes. Alternatively, leave the skin on the tomato and cut the flesh with the skin and without the seeds into cubes.

Zucchini cubes in the pan
Fry the zucchini cut into cubes in the pan.

Cut the courgettes into 5 mm cubes and sauté in a pan with a little oil.

Finely grated parmesan
Parmesan or pecorino go well together.

Finely grate the cheese.

eggs cracked
cracked and beaten eggs.

Beat the eggs in a bowl, season with salt, pepper and cayenne pepper and mix with a fork.

Heat the butter in a pan
Heat the butter in a pan and froth up.

Cream the butter in a hot pan.

Eggs in the pan
Eggs in the pan when making omelets.

Pour the prepared eggs into the pan and stir briefly with a fork.

Omelette when filling in the pan
Omelette while filling in the pan close-up shows filling of fried zucchini, diced tomatoes, basil and cheese.

Allow the eggs to set, place some diced vegetables and cheese and plucked basil in the middle.

Stuffed omelette in the pan
Crescent-shaped omelette in the pan

Skilfully fold the omelette over and close it in a crescent shape.

Vegetable omelette recipes picture
Recipe picture vegetable omelette

Quickly arrange the vegetable omelette and decorate with the remaining diced vegetables, cheese and basil. Enjoy your meal!

Video

Tip:

I like to use oil and butter in the preparation. You can also use homemade and heat-resistant ghee or clarified butter. In general, pay attention to the temperature. Cooker setting 2 of 3 or 6 or 7 of 9 is usually sufficient. Avoid the power setting for induction, otherwise the pan will get too hot.

You can keep the finished omelettes warm in the oven at 100° C for a short time. This has proved useful when guests are coming or you are preparing several egg dishes for your family.

Note on the video:

The video shows the simpler preparation in the round form.  

Cooking School Tip:

Prepare diced tomatoes

5. Calories and nutritional values

6. More ideas

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