Double check that your skillet is ovenproof before starting this recipe. It might be written on the bottom on the pan, or you can check with the manufacturer.
What does this omelet have in common with a piece of bread? Take a close look at a both and you’ll see tiny holes that were created when air became trapped in the mixture by a leavening agent. Many foods wouldn’t have their light, fluffy textures without a leavening agent like yeast, baking soda, or in the case of this omelet, fluffy whipped egg whites! In French, the word souffler means “to breath” or “to puff” and a soufflé is a French dish that uses beaten eggs to create a puffy texture like the one you’ll enjoy in this omelet.
What is your favorite food to order at a diner? Do you think we could make it at home?
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