Non-Stick Omelet & Frittata Maker, Black/Stainless Steel – Makes 2 Individual Portions Quick & Easy
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Non-Stick Omelet & Frittata Maker
Non-Stick Omelet & Frittata Maker
Browning Control Settings Non-Stick Heart Waffle Maker Non-Stick Arepa Maker Non-Stick Cupcake Maker Colors Available Mint, Red, Teal, Yellow Black, Metallic Red, Mint, Red, Teal, White, Yellow Mint, Red, Teal, Yellow Lavender, Mint Black, Red Black, Red Amount Made 5 cups of energizing coffee 2 fluffy omelets 2 slices of toast 4 heart-shaped waffles 6 amazingly cooked arepas 12 delicious cupcakes Features Makes up to 25oz, auto pause and serve function, user friendly one-touch operation, removable cone filter Non-stick coating for easy cleaning, compact modern design Adjustable control with seven browning levels, reheat, defrost, and cancel functions, stop and automatic eject button, compact design Space-saving vertical storage, non-stick coating for easing cleaning, built-in safety lock, mess-free anti-overflow channel Non-stick coating, space-saving vertical storaage, built-in safety lock Non-stick coating, space-saving vertical storage, built-in safety lock, non-slip base Additional Uses N/A Frittatas, pizza pockets, apple turnovers N/A N/A Corncakes, cookies, pancakes, baked eggs Pizza cups, corn dog muffins
4.5 x 10 x 8.11 inches
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James Mills –
This omelette cooker is awesome!Just plug it in and let it heat up for a few minutes.By the time I have my egg mixture ready it is at the right temp for cooking.I cook a 3 egg omelette with spinach, mushrooms, and cheese.I split this mixture up into the two spaces and let it cook for 11 minutes then it comes out perfect!
Let me start off with, this was much more appetizing than it looks. This s what my husband calls a biscuit omelet. It’s a biscuit, rolled thin and omelet cooked together – eggs, turkey bacon, cheese and kale. In the reviews, several people mentioned that this states its non stick and that the omelets still stuck. I guess they either didn’t read the instructions or their packaging didn’t come with them because it clearly states to add a non stick cooking spray. I had no issues with the meals I’ve made. I received this on Sunday, today is Saturday and I have used it everyday and have made omelets, empanadas, and I also made a chocolate with banana turnover. So this is definitely not just for omelets. I wasn’t sure if I was going to love it, but I will say, it has worked out well and clean up is a breeze.
I use it in the morning for breakfast
This has so changed my morning routine, and so saves me time when I make omelettes for breakfast. I literally just grab a bowl, whisk my eggs, then just throw whatever I want to add to the omelettes in with eggs. Give it a stir, pour into the omelette maker. Then we get to enjoy omelets. If you like omelets then, you will love having this. So simply easy to use, and clean.
Barbara Britton –
Makes good omelets, but directions call for 10 min. and that is too long as eggs are then dry. I’m going to try 8 min.
Makes good omelettes, but 3 eggs per side is the max. If you’re putting cheese, onion, or other things in your omelette, then you’ll only be able to have two eggs in each side. It’s small but the food is good.
D. Glass –
I will admit when this arrived it was smaller than what id thought it would be. So with that said the first time i used it i made 2 omelets. well, one wouldve been plenty. In less the 10 minutes you can have a perfect omelet(s). Just fill the wells with what you want in it, wait less than 10 minutes and it is time to eat. And clean up is easy also! Believe I like easy things when it comes to cooking!
R. Tyner –
Now that I have this in my life I simply won’t be able to live without it. I love omelets. As somebody that has no culinary skills this is the answer to my prayers. It’s so simple and makes great omelets. I’m on the keto diet so I use this at least twice a day. Just know that your omelets are going to be a bit different than what you get on a pan, the outside is going to be brown and the omelet is more “cake-like” than what you may be used to. Doesn’t bother me, still tastes delicious! This is for quick and easy omelets that are tasty, if you want diner quality you should probably go to a diner or get your pan out.It only takes me about 5 minutes to cook my omelets. I see others say 8-10 minutes but all I know is that for my grill, it’s perfectly done in about 5 minutes. But I do have my own strategy that I provide at the end of the review with tips.I want to add that I read a lot of reviews for this product since I wanted to be informed. Reading the negative reviews, it does seem that there may be some kind of inconsistency with the heating element for some people. I saw people complain about burnt eggs or it taking too long or a runny middle. I have none of those problems with my unit. If you are experiencing these problems you may want to return it or read my tips, they might help you.This is definitely something I would recommend to anybody that wants quick and easy eggs. However, if I could give it 4.5 stars instead of 5 I would, only because there is some room for improvement. For one, this thing gets real HOT. Do not touch the outside of this unit ever when it’s on or you will get burned. Keep anything away from it while it is in operation. Also there is no power button or switch so you have to plug it in every time. I use an extension cord, just makes it easier for me to do this. Also there isn’t a timer or anything, you just have to pay attention and figure out the timing on your own. Last, there does seem to be inconsistency for some people on how long it takes to cook the eggs, that makes it a bit harder to recommend to others not knowing what they might get.Now that said, let me get straight into the tips on how to make a good omelet with this maker!First- Use a jar to shake up the eggs and spices. Don’t add your ingredients in the jar, just the eggs, it just makes the shaking take longer. It’s a personal preference but why make more work than you have to by dirtying dishes? After you are done simply stick the jar in the fridge, or if you are done with the maker for a while, rinse it out and put it away.Second- Use 3 Eggs total for both sides AND use two tablespoons of water. Yes you read that right, WATER. Add the water to your jar when you are going to shake the eggs up. This is going to puff up your omelet real nice. Mix it all together in the jar.Third- With your grill already pre-heated, fill both sides of the grill with your mixed egg, BUT only about half way. Then add your ingredients directly into the eggs on the grill. Have your ingredients ready so you’re not wasting time while the eggs are cooking. You don’t want to overfill and this prevents that because you can stop adding ingredients if you are approaching the top of the fill line. If you have more room after adding ingredients, top off with the rest of the egg mix in your jar. Again, you can bring it right to the edge, just don’t go over it. Close the lid.Fourth- Wait for the grill lid to start rising. If you did it right you should see the lid rise slightly. For me this takes about 3 minutes. Once the lid has risen on its own a fair bit, pull up the lid all the way and poke a hole directly in the middle of both omelets. They should both look pretty big at this point. Just a slight hole with something like a knife. This helps cook the middle a bit better and doesn’t deflate the omelet. Place the lid back down.Fifth- At this point I usually just have to wait about 2-3 more minutes. I then remove the eggs with a rubber spatula and I get a perfect omelet every time!
This thing has changed my morning routine. In 6 minutes I have an awesome breakfast. Just pour the ingredients in and close it, set timer. It’s done. I use one egg and 3 tbls. of egg whites plus vegetables. Yummy
This was inexpensive compared to other brands so I figured I’d try it out. It’s compact and makes 2 omelets at a time (4 eggs), easy to clean after it cools down with paper towels soaked in a bit of soap followed by water. Unfortunately, the inside ends up a bit too watery for my taste unless I flip it halfway through the cooking period of about 3 – 5 minutes, depending on what I put in.There is no temperature control. Just the two lights (red and yellow). When both are on, I assume it’s actively cooking and when only the yellow is on, then it’s on warm for a few seconds before the red light turns on again.I prepare omelets for the week this way and package them with the rest of breakfast for the family.