A well-made omelette is a thing of magnificence. It's soft and custard-like, golden-yellow, and best eaten while still piping hot from the skillet. An omelette makes a fantastic breakfast seasoned with just salt and pepper, but it's also a mighty fine delivery vehicle for anything from diced ham to sautéed mushrooms, eaten any time of day.
Omelettes can also be intimidating in their simplicity. No more! Today, we'll show you how to make a perfect omelette, from whisking the eggs to sliding the finished omelette onto your plate.