MIX PANCAKE BATTER INTO YOUR OMELET THE IHOP WAY RECIPE | EXTRA …
IHOP is famous for its pancakes, but the breakfast chain also makes the fluffiest omelets. Sure, stirring pancake batter in your omelet mixture might seem a little odd, but we figured if this is the trick IHOP uses to get their omelets on lock, we had to try it. Since we were first timers (and you probably will be, too), we kept the filling simple by just adding cheese (if you’re feeling fancy, try some thyme leaves and shaved Parmesan), leaving the focus on making the fluffiest omelet known to mankind. Adding pancake batter to eggs adds a touch of sweetness and results in an omelet that’s hefty and airy at the same time. Buttermilk pancake mix worked for us and will stack the odds in your favor, too.Copycat IHOP Pancake Batter Omelet tout le monde peut cuisiner recettes.
Provided by: Jiselle Basile
|½ cup pancake batter|
|½ teaspoon kosher salt|
|¼ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper|
|¼ cup shredded cheese of your choice|
- Whisk together eggs, pancake batter, thyme leaves, salt, and pepper until well combined.
- Heat a nonstick skillet over medium high heat. Add eggs and cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until set. Flip and continue cooking until lightly golden brown.
- Slide onto a plate and top with a bit of extra cheese. Serve.
IHOP COUNTRY OMELETTE COPYCAT RECIPE | TOP SECRET RECIPES
Sure, IHOP is famous for pancakes, but the joint makes a pretty killer omelette when put to the task. What makes this three-egg creation so cool is the top secret folding method. For all of IHOP’s omelettes, the beaten eggs are mixed with the appropriate chunky ingredients, and the whole thing is poured out thin on a giant griddle. When the eggs have firmed up, two sides are folded over, the filling is positioned, and the omelette is rolled over once, twice, three times, so it ends up looking like a burrito, sort of. Now with this IHOP Country Omelette copycat recipe, we can execute the same egg origami at home with a 12-inch electric skillet, or a 12-inch stovetop griddle pan. You can find easy-to-cook hash brown potatoes in bags in the freezer section. Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur.
Provided by: Todd Wilbur
Total time: 30 minutes0S
Prep time: 15 minutes0S
Cook time: 15 minutes0S
|1/8 teaspoon salt|
|2 tablespoons diced cooked ham|
|2 tablespoons diced white onion|
|1/2 tablespoon butter|
|3 tablespoons cooked shredded hash brown potatoes|
|1/4 cup shredded Cheddar cheese|
|2 tablespoons sour cream|
Calories 1343 calories