What is another word for omelette?

Pronunciation: [ˈɒmlət] (IPA)

An omelette is a popular breakfast dish made by whisking eggs and frying them with fillings such as cheese, ham, onions, and tomatoes. However, if you fancy mixing up your breakfast menu a little, there are several synonyms for the word omelette that you could try. These include frittata, which is an Italian egg dish with vegetables and cheese mixed in and fried until set. Another option is a quiche, which is a baked egg dish with a savory pastry crust and various fillings such as bacon, spinach, or mushrooms. Finally, there is the Spanish tortilla, a thick omelette made with potatoes and onions and often served as a tapa (small dish).

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Usage examples for Omelette

With no more waste of words than she herself had used, I told her of Miss Levey's voracious curiosity, of Evie's perplexed sense of something unexplained, and of my own unsuccessful attempt to have my eggs and my omelette too.
"The Debit Account"
Oliver Onions
He could make an omelette or sew on a button with woman's skill.
James Huneker
I am allowed a little clear soup and an omelette, now.
"The Orchard of Tears"
Sax Rohmer

Famous quotes with Omelette

  • If you've broken the eggs, you should make the omelette.
    Anthony Eden
  • If you've broken the eggs, you should make the omelette.
    Sir Robert Anthony Eden
  • You can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs, is what he says. We thought we could do better. Better? I say, in a small voice. How can he think this is better? Better never means better for everyone, he says. It always means worse, for some.
    Margaret Atwood

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