omelet

[ US /ˈɑmɫət/ ]
NOUN
  1. beaten eggs or an egg mixture cooked until just set; may be folded around e.g. ham or cheese or jelly
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How To Use omelet In A Sentence

  • Mike Thomson, the owner/manager, will be serving bagels, omelettes, salads, home made soups and baking and pasta dishes.
  • And they're highly versatile: You can make deviled eggs for appetizers, spike them in eggnog or make quiches, frittatas, omelets or other brunch-type party fare.
  • But the omelet was not just on the anchors 'faces, the omelet was a messed up election. CNN Transcript - Special Event: Congress to Hold Hearings on Election Night News Coverage - November 16, 2000
  • Make a huge open-faced vegetable omelet, for example, or try a quick chicken stir-fry and fold in a few eggs during the last two minutes of cooking.
  • Then come the pitmen who fix the omelets, steaks and burgers on the grill. Archive 2004-09-01
  • I can easily whip up an omelette.
  • I also enjoy a light, fluffy omelet, or maybe basted eggs with bacon or strawberries and dry toast.
  • The frittata roll is also divine: a squidgy herby omelette sitting between two slabs of bread or in a roll is the stuff of dreams.
  • A chef was stationed at one end to cook omelettes and serve bacon, sausages and black pudding.
  • You can make deviled eggs for appetizers, spike them in eggnog or make quiches, frittatas, omelets or other brunch-type party fare.
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