The classic French omelette is cooked quickly over high heat, using eggs, butter, and sometimes a filling such as cheese, herbs, mushrooms, or ham. It's rolled or folded gently to create a smooth, creamy interior.
A traditional Spanish dish made with eggs, potatoes, and onions cooked in olive oil. It's usually served at room temperature in thick wedges and is a staple in Spanish cuisine.
Similar to an omelette, a frittata is made by mixing beaten eggs with various ingredients such as vegetables, cheese, meats, or herbs. It's cooked slowly, either entirely on the stovetop or started on the stovetop and finished in the oven.
Huevos Rancheros is a popular Mexican breakfast dish. It typically consists of eggs served on tortillas and topped with a tomato-chili sauce, along with ingredients like refried beans, avocado, and cheese.
This omelette is made with beaten eggs mixed with onions, tomatoes, green chilies, cilantro, and various spices like turmeric, cumin, and garam masala. It's cooked until firm and often served with bread or chapati.
Tamagoyaki is a rolled omelette made by rolling thin layers of seasoned egg in a rectangular pan. It's slightly sweet and often served in slices as a part of breakfast or as a side dish in bento boxes.
Kai Jeow is a Thai-style omelette usually made with eggs, fish sauce, and sometimes a dash of soy sauce. It's commonly served over rice and may include toppings like minced pork, onions, or herbs.
Kuku Sabzi is a Persian herb omelette made with a mixture of eggs and chopped herbs like parsley, cilantro, dill, and fenugreek. Sometimes, it also includes walnuts or barberries. It's baked or pan-fried until golden.