How to Make the Perfect Omelette this British Egg Week
Yes, the time has come to appreciate the humble egg and how it contributes to our culinary wonders, so join in with our British Egg Week celebrations by seeing how you can use our voucher codes from Ocado, Sainsburys and Tesco to save on this essential product, as well as many other favourites.
Save Money on Your Eggs
Probably the most versatile ingredient in your kitchen; we think it deserves a lot more praise for both its adaptability and delicious qualities. Used for everything from lemon drizzle cake to frittata, it’s something no self-respecting food lover should ever be without. So with that in mind, not only are we going to show you how you can save on your egg order, but also how to make the ultimate egg dish…
Get The Perfect Omelette for Less with Ocado and Sainsburys
Of course, before you attempt this eggy wonder, you must have sufficient quantities of eggs as well as all the other ingredients (although to be fair, there aren’t that many). If you’ve never had your groceries delivered to your door before, this could be the perfect opportunity to get stocked up and save quite a few pounds in the process.
For example, you can use our Ocado voucher codes to get an amazing 25% off your first order when you spend £60 or more, use Sainsburys voucher codes to get £15 off when you spend £75 or more, or use Tesco voucher codes to save £15 on that initial order when you spend £60 or more.
But once you’ve got your eggs to hand, this recipe will take no time at all…
For one omelette, you will need…
3 large free range eggs
40g Sainsburys unsalted butter
Choice of fillings (if required)
Salt and pepper
Our Easy to Cook Omelette Method
1) Break your eggs into a bowl and season with the salt and pepper. Whisk gently with a fork so they are just about combined, but the yolks and whites are not completely mixed together.
2) Melt your butter in a large non-stick frying pan from Sainsburys until it starts to bubble. Pour in the eggs and use either a wooden or a rubber spatula to carefully stir in the butter, lifting up the cooked eggs from the base of the pan a few times, and shaking so the eggs start to evenly cook. If you want to include crispy bacon into your omelette, then this would be a good time to do this as it will then infuse into the eggs.
3) Leave to cook through for a couple of minutes. The base should be just cooked, not too brown, and the surface still slightly runny. You can add your fillings at this point e.g. cheese, ham, peppers, bacon, onion and mushrooms etc and then using your rubber spatula from Tesco to fold over half the omelette, to cover your fillings, cook for a little longer and then transfer to a plate. Season to your taste and serve. Below you will find a great video on how to make an omelette, so well worth checking out:
How our voucher codes from Ocado, Sainsburys and Tesco Can Help You Save Money
It’s so easy to get hold of the best quality ingredients when you use our Ocado, Sainsburys and Tesco voucher codes – shopping for your groceries online can be a godsend for those leading busy and hectic lifestyles (as can recipes for the perfect omelette), and it helps with your time management by getting all that good value food and drink delivered direct to your door. Our voucher codes from Ocado, Sainsburys and Tesco provide you with the perfect opportunity to try out a few different providers so you can decide which one works for you.
Why not give one of them a go this British Egg Week, and not only can you cook this amazing omelette, but maybe bake a cake or two. Or three…