15 Mistakes Everyone Makes When Cooking An Omelet

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Many people skip the crucial step of wilting or sautéing water-based ingredients when making an omelet. Often, veggies added to omelets hold a lot of water. If you fail to sauté them first, all of that water will seep out into the egg mixture as it cooks, resulting in a watery and unappetizing entrée.

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Instead, Nelson Serrano-Bahri explains that sautéing onions, spinach, peppers, mushrooms, and other water-based additions will “dry off these ingredients and remove some of the water before you add them to your omelet.” If you’re going to sauté vegetables for an omelet, they should be tender and ready within 5 minutes. Alternatively, you could roast your veggies in the oven (or even use leftover roasted veggies) to make a flavorful and delicious omelet.

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