Breakfast is a great time to fire up the Air Fryer. My kids love eggs, and as most of you with kids know, that standing over a stove, while you are busy doing 1000 different things, just so you can leave the house, isn’t an option.
So, today I start my series on Omelettes, my kids love them. I love them, I do hate making them. So, this weekend, while my kids were at hockey practice, robotics, and went to see the new Marvel movie, I played with how to get the perfect omelet out of the air fryer.
So, here are some tips:
- If you want to get them out of the pan, you cook them in, use a ton of non-stick cooking spray. That was the only way I could slide them out of the pan.
- Mix everything really well, I ended up with white spots in 2 places, both times, I didn’t whisk it like a mad woman, you are looking for frothy eggs after you beat them.
- Set your time 2x if you are going to add toppings, the cheese, mushrooms, and other tasty toppings will burn/char if you don’t.
- Start with room temperature eggs, they come out better.
- Cream makes your eggs fluffier than milk.
- The smaller pan you use, the easier it is to flip them onto the plate, without them crumbling. This is my ideal pan.
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In a small bowl, mix together the eggs, salt, pepper, and cream.
Mix them until they are nice and frothy.
Pour into a small greased pan (see my recommendations)
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- 2 eggs, room temperature
- 1/4 cup cream
- 1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
Start by mixing in a small bowl the eggs, cream, salt, and pepper. Mix with your whisk, until they are nice and frothy.
Then pour into a non-stick pan, place the pan into the air fryer for 4 minutes at 350 degrees F.
When the time is up, sprinkle your cheese on top, cook for another 4 minutes at 350 degrees F.
When the time is up, carefully remove your pan from the air fryer, and use a spatula to flip the omelet onto the pan.
Serve & enjoy!