Smoked Salmon Omelette

 

Smoked Salmon Omelette

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Sandra Lee Smoked Salmon Omelet

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Place the smoked salmon into the centre of the omelette and cook for 30 seconds. Remove from the heat and tilt the pan slightly to move the omelette to. Directions.

Step 1. Whisk eggs, milk (or water), pepper and salt in a small bowl. Advertisement. Step 2. Melt butter in a small nonstick skillet over. Smoked salmon is a commonly found breakfast or brunch ingredient. It really dresses up a simple omelet, combined with some fresh herbs and gruyere cheese.

1 oz. thinly sliced smoked salmon, sliced into 1-inch strips (to yield 2 Tbs. ) Several grinds freshly ground black pepper; A few drops fresh lemon juice; 2 Tbs. cream cheese, cut into pieces; 1 Tbs. chopped red onion; For the omelet: 2 large or extra-large eggs; 1 Tbs. water; 2 pinches kosher salt; 4 grinds freshly ground black pepper. Instructions. In a small bowl, combine the eggs, herbs, salt and pepper.

Whisk until well combined and frothy. Heat a small skillet over mediummedium high heat for about 30 seconds. Liberally spray the pan with vegetable spray. Pour the eggs into the pan. Lift the pan so that it’s about 1-2″ above.

Cut smoked salmon into small pieces and break up feta and set aside. Begin cooking omelette by melting 2 Tablespoons of butter over low heat and swirling around saute pan. Add eggs to pan and. Slide the omelette on to a plate, fold and sprinkle with freshly snipped chives, if using.

COOK’S TIPS As an alternative you could lightly scramble the eggs and serve the salmon alongside. If you don’t like smoked. Beat eggs with milk and salt in a small bowl.

Heat 1 teaspoon oil in a small nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add the egg mixture and cook until the bottom is set and the center is still a bit runny, 1 to 2 minutes. Flip the omelet over and cook until set, about 30 seconds more. Heat a medium-sized frying pan over a medium-low heat, add a quarter of the butter and melt until beginning to foam.

Pour in a quarter of the egg mixture and. If you put the smoked salmon IN the omelette while it’s cooking you wind up with cooked salmon in the omelette which totally changes the soft,silky texture of the salmon. That silky texture is what.

List of related literature:

Scrambled Eggs with Cream Cheese and Salmon Prepare as directed but sprinkle 4 ounces smoked salmon, chopped (3/4 cup), over eggs with cream cheese.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
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by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2004

Transfer the egg to the top of the avocado and smoked salmon.

“Absolutely Avocados: 80 Amazing Avocado Recipes for Every Meal of the Day” by Gaby Dalkin
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Then take a second piece of butter, at discretion, bruise parsley and chives into it, and place in the fish-shaped dish in which the omelette is to be served; squeeze the juice of one lemon over it, and place on the fire.

“The Physiology of Taste” by Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
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Shaking the skillet helped the eggs distribute properly, and cooking the frittata on the stovetop created some nice browning on the bottom.

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Place 1/4 of the salmon and cheese over half the omelette, fold over the other half and cook until cheese just starts to melt.

“4 Ingredients Gluten Free” by Kim McCosker, Rachael Bermingham
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Toss the smoked salmon, grated lemon zest, chile pepper, and chopped onions or shallot into the bowl, season with salt and white pepper, and give everything a good stir.

“Around My French Table: More than 300 Recipes from My Home to Yours” by Alan Richardson, Dorie Greenspan
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Pour egg mixture into skillet over salmon.

“The Sonoma Diet: Trimmer Waist, Better Health in Just 10 Days!” by Connie Guttersen
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Remove the salmon from the skillet and place it on a plate.

“Essential Pépin: More Than 700 All-Time Favorites from My Life in Food” by Jacques Pépin
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• Used canned salmon, which is almost always wild-caught, to sprinkleover salads, fold into a wrap, or add to an omelet.

“Master Your Metabolism: The 3 Diet Secrets to Naturally Balancing Your Hormones for a Hot and Healthy Body!” by Jillian Michaels, Mariska van Aalst, Christine Darwin
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In this recipe, wide egg noodles and thin green beans are cooked together, then tossed with strips of smoked salmon, fresh parsley, capers, and Parmesan.

“The Dinner Doctor” by Anne Byrn
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  • Smoked salmon and cream cheese is a classic on bagels. This recipe is actually ok. Let’s give her credit for actually cooking with mostly real ingredients and putting together a plausible dish. There are plenty of recipes to make fun of but this isn’t really one of them.

  • I had never seen this show before,so when YouTube suggested a video to me,I watched it. The only thing I could think was is she serious?! Noooooooo this bish is serious,and that video was the Kwanzaa cake. ����

  • Ignore the hate posts, man, you are a beast. I like my eggs a little more cooked through, but I steal your ideas every time I don’t just settle for fast food or a bag of chips. I definitely have gotten more comfortable with spices since I started watching your videos. For what it’s worth, you have made me a better cook. Thank you.

  • I clicked on this thinking there’s absolutely no way she is going to cook an omelet, but holy sheets she did. I don’t think I’ve ever seen her use the stovetop. I thought it was just for show. I would try to replicate this, the only dish I’ve ever seen where she actually cooks something, but I don’t have 2 tablespoons of smoked salmon handy:(

  • aunty sandy: an omelette of course is something everyone will enjoy
    lactose intolerant people: phew! we don’t have to try this plastic!

  • SANDRA STRIKES AGAIN
    ” Caviar-it is inexpensive ”
    “The topping that goes on top of the omelette. “
    “Fancy dancy restaurant in new york city “
    “dried herbs are stronger”( later uses fresh chives )
    (Sprays non stick pan with non stick grease, so that it tastes like it was cooked in butter instead of using seasoning or butter )

  • Freshly cut chives inside store bought onion chives cream cheese… Chives on top of onion chives cream cheese which is on top of the omelet itself…

  • She thinks caviar is inexpensive… lmao

    I just looked up the price of that can of caviar she has. $28 for that tiny jar. That’s like a week’s worth of groceries for some of us plebs.

  • Well of course it’s gonna be good when you put so much of butter. I mean real good cooks like my mom cook delicious while being healthy. That’s how you know you’re a good cook. Anyone can make a dish delicious with lots of unhealthy ingredients ��

  • WTF is she talking about. She said you can make this recipe at home for “nothing” but you have to buy a whole package of smoked salmon and a jar of “inexpensive” caviar to make this. Both are not cheap ingredients. Package of smoked salmon is at minimum $10, usually more and someone else in the comment sections looked up that jar of caviar and it’s $28. ������

  • What a daring choice Sandra, putting refrigerator cold salmon in the middle of your omelet. And how avant garde of you too call your flat egg curd ‘fluffy,’ you truly subvert expectations with this one.

  • 2 tablespoons of butter for 2 eggs!?!?!?! At least he admitted it this time with the “Generous Knob” of butter Lol………..No wonder he didn’t need any for the Croissants!

    BTW, love the French. kisses Perfect

  • These days with social media around no one is allowed to make mistakes or pronounce things incorrectly etc. The whole comment section becomes less about the video and more about the errors. I guess people assume they don’t make mistakes? No wonder why the bullying rate has gone up worldwide, you people teach your kids the same and show them how clever you are at online bullying.

  • Started watching the video and assumed all the comments would be about how there was finally no olive oil

    Finishing the video, I then figured about 99% of the comments would be about all that butter he used

    The final 1% of the comments would be a “comment breakdown” comment about these same stats.

  • If you listen to 1:16 when shes mixing the ingredients and not looking directly at the screen, it sounds like a disturbing german porno

  • The way I make scrambled eggs is

    I beat the eggs season them I put
    Milk and butter in a pot let it melt
    Add the eggs cook them and they turn
    Out exactly like yours

  • it’s a miracle the Ramsay’s don’t have high cholesterol or other oil-related diseases given the amount of butter and oil that goes in his dishes. and then don’t get me started on salt 😉

  • This is how I know recipes are bullshit.
    “Half a tablespoon of this and two of those will feed six people”.
    Bollocks. These recipes are written after the chef has concocted it and it definitely does not feed six.

  • Ive yet to meet a person place salmon over bread in such a precise manner. One would think Gordon has a PhD in engineering the way he was handling it

  • Not gonna lie, despite her very questionable and highly disappointing “homemade” recipes, she does have great knife and spoon skills haha. I mean she’s very great with a knife and cutting, but damn, these recipes are just an abomination. I feel like this show was explicitly made for people who want to “cook” but have no interest in the craft of actually cooking.

  • Love the Videos but why not Add in recipe in description below. I’ve tried to make many of your dishes and you never tell how much. I know you don’t measure exactly when you do it but for people watching who would like a guide of some sort.

  • he did a take on this for a tv special a few years back with panchetta/prosciutto and grilled onions instead of the salmon. i stole that idea from this guy a few times with great success.

  • as someone who loves smoked salmon, omelettes and sour cream…. these things should not be put together and this looks like a disaster. I would never touch this meal.

  • I was expecting more salmon…maybe a little sour cream would be okay to hold the salmon together, because having it loose in an omelet would be weird…but that mixture is just too weird. I had anticipated better than this. Dammit, Aunt Sandy!

  • So I have repeadetly watched all these videos of aunt Sandy cooking, simply for my own entertainment since most of her recipies are nothing I would want to try out. But in this video when she went like “it makes everybody happy including me” I caught myself thinking: Well aunt Sandy, I really hope you are happy! I really must have developed a soft spot for her, despite her….weird cooking show.

  • Why would you put such a creamy and clotting sauce with your smoked salmon? I’d be happier if she just opened the salmon and put it on a plate and said “eat up”. At least the fish wouldn’t be dishonoured.

  • 1:27 I’m sorry what? Are you going to eat all of that butter?

    Okay the food looks delicious but your arteries are going to fill after two bites