This omelette is a Russian version… or at least the only omelette I used to receive while being in Russia. It is quite unique and delicious so I think it is fine if it spreads in the world like “Russian”, even if this might not be its official name or only the family where I lived cooks it only.
- 3 eggs
- 5 tbps of milk
- 1 tomatoes
- salt and pepper
- oil for frying
- Beat the eggs.
- Add in the milk – the addition of milk will change the consistency of the omelette, but also give it a nice milky taste. Plus, you save one egg. Add the salt and pepper.
- In the frying pan, fry the sliced tomatoes in the oil, until they get tender.
- Add the egg mixture.
- Immediately place a lid on the pan and cook the omelette on low to medium fire until it foams a bit on the top and all the surface looks cooked.
- Slide it in a plate and it is ready to be served.