An omelet can be eaten at any meal of the day. An omelet is just a mixture of eggs fried in a pan. There is no right way to make an omelet. This is a recipe for a basic, nothing fancy, every day omelet with onions.
1 onion cut into half-moon slices 3 large eggs 1 teaspoon tarragon butter
Put the onion into a microwave bowl with a tablespoon of butter and cover. Cook in the microwave for 5 minutes.
While the onions are cooking, put 3 eggs into a bowl with a little salt, pepper and tarragon.Stir the eggs (don’t beat them). The stirred eggs won’t be a uniform color, like you’d want with scrambled eggs.
Turn on broiler and heat a frying pan on the stovetop for a minute. Put a tablespoon of butter into the frying pan. When the butter is melted, add the onions. Cook for another minute. Pour in the eggs and spread to even out in the pan. Cook on the stovetop for a minute or a minute and a half. Then put the pan under the broiler, an inch or two under. Cook for another minute. Remove the pan from the broiler and cut into half put onto plates. Serves 2.