Fish Omelette Recipe
Cooking Time: 4-5 minutes
You will need for 4 servings:
3 eggs lemon juice 1 teaspoon chopped 3 tablespoons cooked parsley fish salt and pepper 1 oz. butter
1 Separate the eggs.
2 Beat the yolks and add parsley, seasoning and a squeeze of lemon juice.
3 Add the fish, flaked very finely.
4 Beat egg whites stiffly and fold into mixture.
5 Heat the butter in an omelette pan, pour in the mixture and stir until it begins to set and is lightly browned on the under-side.
6 Put the pan under the grill to brown.
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