PHINDA GAME RESERVE, HLUHLUWE, KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA - 2018/11/14: A staff member serves breakfast omelette at the Phinda Forest Lodge, one of several luxury lodges inside the Phinda Private Game Reserve, an andBeyond owned nature reserve in eastern South Africa. Hotel and safari owner and operator, andBeyond uses funds derived from their luxury tourism operations to fund conservation and development projects in South Africa. (Photo by Leisa Tyler/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Food - Drink
The Unconventional Kitchen Appliance You Can Use To Make An Omelet
Sometimes you’re in the mood for an omelet, but then you realize all of your pans are dirty, or you just don't want to babysit a pan full of eggs for the next fifteen minutes. If you're ravenous in the morning and need an omelet fast, you may have an appliance in your kitchen that can make delicious, fluffy omelets in a flash.
Food Network says that you can use a waffle iron to make omelets, so long as you keep the heat on low and don't cook the egg mixture for too long. Simply prepare your omelet batter and pour it into the well-oiled waffle iron, close it, and cook for just a few minutes for a tasty omelet with a unique waffled texture.
Depending on the waffle maker you own, the appliance might even beep when the eggs are finished cooking, making this method even more convenient than cooking omelets in a pan, which requires a lot of attention. You can also add meat, veggies, cheese, or whatever else you like to your waffled omelet, too.