The puffed omelette is a light and tasty second course. Here’s how to make it soft and some ideas for customizing it.
The omelette is a salvagena perfect: simple to make, ready in 10 minutes and easy to customize. However, if you wish to experiment with a new recipe, light and in texture which in terms of grassithen the puffed omelette in the oven is the one for you.
The particular consistency of the puffed omelette is due to the technique of separating the egg whites and yolks and whipping the first until stiff before adding them to the rest of the ingredients. Being then a baked omelet, does not require oil for cooking, thus returning a truly incredible second course. Just like more traditional omelettes, it’s simple to top up with other ingredients and we’re about to reveal how.
How to prepare the recipe for puffed omelette in the oven
First break the eggs and separate egg white and yolk. Add the flour, a pinch of salt and a pinch of pepper and the milk to the latter.
Whip the egg whites instead firmly with an electric mixer, then incorporate them into the previous mixture, stirring gently from bottom to top with a spatula.
Pour everything into a mould diameter of 20cm lined with parchment paper and cook a 180°C for 15 minutes. Remove from the oven and let it cool for about ten minutes before removing it from the mold and serving it.
Baked puffed omelette: variations and how to fill it
The puffed omelette can be enriched in various ways. The first and simplest involves adding 2 tablespoons of Parmesan e 1 tablespoon of parsley chopped. For a more summery version, however, we recommend the oven-baked omelette with cherry tomatoes and basil: they’ll be enough about ten cut in half together with a bunch of basil broken up by hand to give the dish a unique taste.
The idea of adding del cheese diced, better if soft like we did with the taleggio puffed omelette. 100 g cut into small pieces will suffice to give new flavor to the recipe.
If so far you have thought that the omelette is not anything extraordinary but rather a stopgap, we suggest you take a look at our tips for preparing the perfect omelette.
The puffed omelette in the oven is preserved for a couple of dayswell covered with film.
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