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#21621 Sun 10 Mar 13 10:32am

FlameRed

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Omelete tonight with tasty cheese and basil, parsley & chives (from my very own garden  big_smile ) AND I made them with cream instead of water for the first time... soooo yummy  kiss  yummy  dribble  dribble  dribble  dribble
can't wait to have them again now...  thumbsup  mrgreen  cool

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#21622 Sun 10 Mar 13 10:57am

wine~o

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Re: Whats For Supper?

FlameRed wrote:

Omelete tonight with tasty cheese and basil

AND I made them with cream instead of water for the first time...

EH? you normally add water to the eggs???

I only add S+P....

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#21623 Sun 10 Mar 13 12:32pm

FlameRed

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Yep, I've always added water, was taught that way, but the other day heard someone on tv adding cream, so thought I'd try it out.
Ruddy good idea, tasted terrific!

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#21624 Sun 10 Mar 13 12:57pm

oliviascotland

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Omelettes with cream - mmmm, sounds lovely.  I was taught to add a splash of milk to the eggs, but will try some cream next time!!

Tonight we're having some delicious pot-roast beef brisket, with roasted Brussels sprouts and braised cabbage - nice and warming as the temperature has plummeted again here.  I think for pudding I'll make some date and walnut muffins with whipped cream   yummy

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#21625 Sun 10 Mar 13 1:41pm

FlameRed

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Yes Olivia, it's lovely.  I had a 3 egg omelette and added 2 tablespoons of cream....mmmmm  mrgreen

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#21626 Sun 10 Mar 13 10:07pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
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Re: Whats For Supper?

FlameRed wrote:

Yep, I've always added water, was taught that way, but the other day heard someone on tv adding cream, so thought I'd try it out.
Ruddy good idea, tasted terrific!

I was taught with water, too. Works for me/us smile.


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#21627 Sun 10 Mar 13 10:22pm

wine~o

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Re: Whats For Supper?

There is no hope left in the world when a 3 egg omelette becomes a 3 egg and a bit of water omelette...

IMHO


Now a little dollop of cream... dribble

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#21628 Sun 10 Mar 13 11:50pm

Ashen

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Re: Whats For Supper?

it works well none the less ..    the water added is insurance against losing too much moisture from the eggs while cooking. Also the lethicin in 1 egg yolk  can support up to about 1 tablespoon (US) 15 ml for those who are agin  spoon/cup measures( Minnie  tongue ) in emulsion  of water or better yet milk or cream.


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#21629 Tue 12 Mar 13 2:15pm

joobes

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Mixed seafood (squid, mussels, king prawn) Chow Mein stir fry with noodles.

Last edited by joobes (Tue 12 Mar 13 2:40pm)

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#21630 Tue 12 Mar 13 2:29pm

Maree

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Sounds delish, Joobes.

I had leftovers from my daughter's birthday meal.


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