Duck eggs are normally bigger in size than the chicken eggs, with the size of the yolk greater than the amount of albumen or the egg white. Since egg yolk is larger than the white, duck eggs contain more fat compared to chicken eggs. Hence, to have your omelet in heart-friendly fashion, you have to put extra ingredients to balance your meal.
Step One: Prepare the things you will need for your duck-egg omelet.
- 2 duck eggs
- Cheese, herbs, veggies of choice, ham (for omelet filling)
- Salt and pepper
- Cheese grater
- Chef’s knife
- Skillet, 7-inch
- Mixing bowl, medium
- Spatula, plastic
Step Two: Follow this step-by-step guide for your Duck-egg omelet.
- Prepare the omelet fillings by grating the cheese, chopping the herbs and mincing the ham with other veggies.
- Place the skillet over the stove, observing high heat.
- As the pan turns hot, lower the heat and add the spoonful chunk of butter.
- While waiting for the butter to melt, whisk the duck eggs into the mixing bowl and add a drizzle of cream. Season the mixture with salt and pepper before beating thoroughly, blending the ingredients completely.
- As the butter forms foams, pour egg mixture into the skillet.
- Spread the mixture by tilting or adjusting the pan. Use your spatula into forming or adjusting the mixture to have it evenly cooked.
- When you know that the egg is already firm or solid, scoop some fillings and put onto the omelet. Fill the first half of the omelet that is near to you.
- Using your spatula, carefully fold your omelet so the other half covers the one with fillings. Flip the omelet to the other side to evenly cook the duck-egg omelet.
- After cooking, finally serve the duck-egg omelet on plate.