Omelettes in a Thermomix

June 9, 2023

I don’t know about others, but omelettes are my quick and easy go to.

I have always cooked them in a fry pan, but when I tried this way – OMG – they are so light and fluffy.

I tried it with the Thermomix thinking it wouldn’t work. That they would be dry and chewy. My word. Not at all.

Omelette in a Thermomix

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What's Needed

  • Thermomix
  • Alyce Alexandra Silicone Mat If you have one
  • Baking Paper
I have set out a list of ingredients. All are personal choice. The eggs and milk
The vegetables are whatever you want to put in. Sometimes I also put in small pumpkin pieces, shredded carrot, cabbage, potato.
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Servings 1

Ingredients
  

  • 500 ml Water
  • 3 Olive oil spray
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 tbsp milk
  • 1 stalk celery - I include leaves
  • Baby Spinach - handful
  • Tomato
  • Capsicum
  • Zucchini
  • Cheese - parmesan, cheddah, mozzarella (your choice)

Instructions
 

  • Fill TC bowl with 500ml water.
    500 ml Water
  • Place lid on, and top with steaming tray / Varoma. Place tray into Varoma
  • Add AA Steaming Mat (if you have)
  • If no mat - get a piece of baking paper and wet and scrunch it up and shake off excess water. Lay flat onto varoma tray
  • Spray 2-3 sprays of olive oil
    3 Olive oil spray
  • In a separate bowl, gently beat eggs and milk of choice (or water)
    2 Eggs, 2 tbsp milk
  • Add vegetables evenly over tray
    1 stalk celery - I include leaves, Baby Spinach - handful, Tomato, Capsicum, Zucchini
  • Pour over egg mixture
  • Sprinkle with cheese if wanted
    Cheese - parmesan, cheddah, mozzarella (your choice)
  • 13 minutes | Varoma | Speed 4

Notes

Alyce Alexandra Steaming Mat - CLICK HERE

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