forum: Food & Drink

#1 Wed 21 Feb 07 3:02pm


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From Leeds
Member since Fri 09 Feb 07

Sweet Omelette Pieces

In my fridge were 3 eggs and double cream that needed using up. In my cupboard is some icing sugar, and I have salt and honey as well. Hence I made sweet omelette pieces, as follows


3 eggs
100ml double cream
sprinkle of salt
2 tspns icing sugar
A drizzle of honey

1. Pour the cream and sugar into a mixing bowl and combine the two

2. Separate the yolks from the whites and discard the yolks

3. Whisk the whites into the cream-sugar

4. Add the salt and whisk a bit more

5. Heat some oil in a small wok (I used extra virgin olive)

6. Pour in the mixture and stir/beat in the pan

7. As the mixture solidifies continue to stir and fold it, with the aim to break it up into little pieces

8. Pour in the honey  - clear, not set - when the mixture is solidified

9 Keep stirring to get the pieces small and coated.

10. Pour into a dish and serve.

Now, I just ate it on its own because there is nothing else to eat with it, but I think it would work well as a sprinkle or a side to another dessert, like a syrup sponge, meringue and fruit, icecream, custard, or whatever you want to try

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