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created: 2011/09/01 changed: 2011/09/06

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Tasty Omelette

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Ingredients

2 portion(s)

Omelette
  • 10 leaves baby spinach, fresh, washed
  • 8 cherry tomatoes, cut in half
  • 4 mushrooms, halved or quartered
  • 1 portion Shaved Ham, roughly chopped
  • 1/4 red onion, roughly chopped
  • 1 tsp Olive Oil or Butter
  • 4 large eggs
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Recipe's preparation

    Omelette Filling
  1. Prepare all ingredients as per the above list (chopping, etc)

  2. Combine Ingredients in TM and set Varoma Temp, Speed 1 for 6 Minutes (optionally use reverse Counter-clockwise operation )

    Cover with complete Varoma assembly

  3. Omelette Egg
  4. Beat eggs in mixing bowl, lay varoma top tray with wet baking paper and pour in eggs, steam egg in Varoma with baking paper for remainder of time (at least 5 mins, directly after putting the filling on to cook)

    Serve with Parsley Garnish and Salt & Pepper to taste

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garnish with parsley and salt & pepper to taste


This recipe was provided to you by a Thermomix ® customer and has not been tested by Vorwerk Thermomix ® or Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand.
Vorwerk Thermomix ® and Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand assume no liability, particularly in terms of ingredient quantities used and success of the recipes.
Please observe the safety instructions in the Thermomix ® instruction manual at all times.

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  • Time was nowhere near long
    Submitted by veggiedelights on 30. August 2015 - 13:25.

    Time was nowhere near long enough to cook the egg. Had to put the filling in the thermoserver, then put boiling water in the jug with the egg back on top to cook. I dont know how you managed to make this work?!

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  • Hmmm.... The omlette filling
    Submitted by Cutely on 2. August 2015 - 08:59.

    Hmmm.... The omlette filling is stunning and will use on toast etc.  but cooking omelettes in the varoma is not for me.  I much prefer using the frying pan.

     

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  • This was extremely tasty ONCE
    Submitted by BozzyMum on 20. April 2014 - 15:51.

    This was extremely tasty ONCE the egg cooked. Like a lot of people I found it took significantly longer than the time stated for the eggs to steam. If I make it again I will let the water heat completely before I put the Varoma on top. I also wasn't sure about the texture. It was very smooth and looked rubbery but when we ate it it was actually quite light. As you can see from the picture I steamed some Asparagus in the base of the Varoma and toasted some of the bread I had made the night before to go with the Omelette....over all I enjoyed the eating even if the cooking was a little frustrating.

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  • After receiving my Thermomix
    Submitted by Lavenders on 17. October 2013 - 14:56.

    After receiving my Thermomix last night, I tried an omlette this morning - a bit disasterous!  I have one further question after reading all the wise tips - do I leave the lid on the top of the tray?

     

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  • If the thermie isn't piping
    Submitted by JamesM on 26. August 2013 - 19:51.

    If the thermie isn't piping hot from cooking the filling, when you go to add the eggs, the eggs will not cook. The varoma takes far longer than 5 min from cold to cook eggs up top.

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  • :)this wont cook  
    Submitted by Marti26 on 26. August 2013 - 18:44.

    tmrc_emoticons.)this wont cook

     

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  • When you thoroughly wet the
    Submitted by Carol Sroczynski on 9. August 2013 - 21:57.

    When you thoroughly wet the baking paper, you then scrunch it into a ball before spreading it out on the varoma tray; this stops the holes from being blocked so the steam can now come through to cook the omelette.  tmrc_emoticons.)

     Carolskitchen

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  • make sure you aren't blocking
    Submitted by JamesM on 30. May 2013 - 13:45.

    make sure you aren't blocking all the vents in the top varoma tray, otherwise it just wont cook.... tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • My egg simply won't cook I
    Submitted by Wakelee1 on 21. April 2013 - 08:15.

    My egg simply won't cook I don't know what com doing wrong! I've extended the time to double n still no

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  • Made this for brekky this
    Submitted by Sarah_Ol on 22. December 2012 - 09:46.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Made this for brekky this morning. Missed the key 'in the Varoma tray top' mention and wasn't till 10 minutes (2x 5 minute sessions) that I decided to move the egg mixture to the tray. A little firmer than I like my omlette but following the instructions from the beginning next time will produce a better result. Thanks for a quick and easy brekky idea! (and my first varoma use!!)

    Sarah_Ol

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  • This was the first dish I
    Submitted by Vanessa84 on 15. December 2012 - 14:38.

    This was the first dish I tried (after the stock) and it was fantastic!!!  So yum! I used bacon instead of ham too. It took longer for the egg to cook, and as a result the ,it at the bottom started to stick and get a bit mushed but it still tasted delicious! And the bowl is so easy to clean tmrc_emoticons.) Definitely making this again, my husband wanted seconds straight away! 

    I also think the mix would be great on pasta, just tweaking the quantities around a bit.  I'm going to try it for dinner tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thanks! This is just what I
    Submitted by kharks on 27. August 2012 - 12:51.

    Thanks! This is just what I felt like for breakfast! Big Smile

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  • We have had our ThermoMix for
    Submitted by AndiB on 10. June 2012 - 14:44.

    We have had our ThermoMix for 3 days now and this is our first attempt of using the Varoma, we added cooked bacon instead of ham to the recipe and found we did need to cook for about an extra 2 minutes than what was in the recipe but this was delicious! Will definetly be a regular on our breakie menu! Love

    Learner hoping to get my P's soon!

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  • I've tried to make this
    Submitted by thermonelly on 7. May 2012 - 12:51.

    I've tried to make this recipie twice now, i'll admit the first time i stuffed it up! But the second time i still can't get the eggs to cook.  I end up taking out the omelette filling and then further cooking the eggs for atleast another 5-6 minutes with water in the bowl to steam.  Any ideas??? I"m not sure if it's the baking paper i'm using but it doesn't seem to be steaming in the varoma properly! tmrc_emoticons.~

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  • Great. Kids loved the varoma
    Submitted by gep67 on 16. February 2012 - 10:57.

    Great. Kids loved the varoma omelette and the filling was delicious. I added garlic and some herbs to the filling which worked well.

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  • Now updated with VAROMA
    Submitted by JamesM on 6. September 2011 - 14:08.

    Now updated with VAROMA cooked eggs/omelette instead of pan eggs.

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  • Well I made my first omelette
    Submitted by JamesM on 6. September 2011 - 13:49.

    Well I made my first omelette in the varoma, and it was easy, approx 5 mins, for four eggs, maybe 6 mins for six eggs.

    I guess you can run the filling in the jug for six mins while the omelette cooks, I don't see an issue with that, however, six mins would be from 'already hot'. So not including warm up time.

    I suggest setting the cooking time to 7 minutes. Have the varoma fitted. After 1 or two minutes of cooking, get the eggs in the varoma on the baking paper. This way, the varoma is nice and hot and eggs start cooking instantly

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  • awesome job!! 3 days!!
    Submitted by Jess on 5. September 2011 - 22:30.

    awesome job!! 3 days!! wowzas.. I will give this a try and skip the skillet part perhaps and do it all in the Varoma?

    Cooking 7

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  • Oops, I thought my comment
    Submitted by Quirky Cooking on 2. September 2011 - 19:24.

    Oops, I thought my comment wasn't working and kept trying - now you've got lots!!!!! Lol!! Sorry, can't delete them tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • Well done - already uploaded
    Submitted by Quirky Cooking on 2. September 2011 - 19:19.

    Well done - already uploaded a recipe!! tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • It's about 6 minutes to steam
    Submitted by agrantham81 on 1. September 2011 - 15:22.

    It's about 6 minutes to steam the eggs in the varoma.

    Not a day goes by I don't use my thermomix!

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  • I know... you can use the
    Submitted by JamesM on 1. September 2011 - 13:13.

    Cooking 4

    I know... you can use the varoma to do an omelette, and I will give it a crack sometime soon. Only had my TMX for 3 days!

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