One more method to cook - perfect fluffy omelette (no flipping):
Make omelette as Jacques Pepin did in the earlier video. Follow the basic instruction for he country omelette but DO NOT allow butter to brown.
As the omelette begins to come together, lift one edge of the egg just a little and pour a little water (maybe 1 TBL) in the pan. Immediately clap on a well fitting lid. IN a hot pan, that water will quickly create steam, cooking the top of the omelet and puffing up the egg. This process only takes a minute or so. Add any toppings and roll eggs out of the pan.
The steam has the added benefit of lifting the omelet away from the pan so that it will slide very easily.
The goal here is to avoid browning the eggs which fundamentally changes the flavor and texture and to allow the top to cook more completely.
You need fairly high heat to make fluffy eggs, as the heat expands the air and water in the eggs and gives that puff. The steaming process reduces the amount of time the eggs need to stay in the pan. Using the "added water method" results in a faster cook time - less time in the pan, but fully cooked eggs. If you like them a little runny just take the lid off sooner ;)
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