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5 reviews

These little morsels are so easy to make - serve warm or at room temperature for nibbles at a drinks party or eat with salad and some warm bread for quick lunch. Here I have used ham, cheese, sweetcorn and spring onion but there are endless possibilities with different fillings. You will need a non-stick mini muffin tray.

Recipe by: Samantha's Supper

5 reviews

The most successful omelettes are always beautifully simple and do not need an elaborate, rich filling.

Recipe by: Chrissie Lloyd

6 reviews

My boyfriend christened this and I think it's a pretty accurate description, chorizo, olives, peppers and potatoes always remind me of holidays in Spain. With the addition of the eggs it's almost like an inside out Spanish omlette.

Recipe by: gingerbiscuit

6 reviews

A simple dish which is easy to customise.

Recipe by: lorna_platt

4 reviews

This omelette is quick and easy to make. Eggs are squished in a resealable bag with cheese, ham, pepper, onion, tomato, salsa and mushrooms, then boiled in the bag. Serve for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.

Recipe by: maryann

3 reviews

Easy to make Chinese takeaway-style egg fried rice.

Recipe by: Samantha's Supper

4 reviews

A incredibly simple baked omelette recipe. Eggs, mushrooms, onions, olives, ham, chillies are baked together until set. Serve thickly sliced for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.

Recipe by: BONNIET310

4 reviews

The French have omelettes, the Spanish tortillas, the Italians frittatas and Arabic nations have eggahs. Eggahs are good served straight from the pan or left to cool as a light lunch or supper with a colourful salad.

Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

3 reviews

A thin herb filled omlete. Very basic but very tasty. It's simply perfect as breakfast or a quick dinner for one.

Recipe by: HFcool

2 reviews

This is very easy to make, it doesn't cost a fortune and most people have a couple of onions, potatoes and eggs spare. It's low on cost and high on taste. It's ideal to eat hot or cold and great to eat with a salad. Please note you will need a deep fat fryer, a frying pan and a dinner plate.

Recipe by: wakeylass

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