I’ve always loved cooking and eating Omelettes ever since I was introduced to them. At some point though I was also introduced to Frittatas and immediately liked them as well. To be honest, I like any kind of breakfast dish with an egg base just like tarts and casseroles too.
I love potatoes and I can eat them just about anyway they are cooked. However, I was never a really big fan of hash browns. I think it had something to do with the grated hash browns you get often in restaurants. Whenever I tried them they were either soaked in grease or they were overly moist because they weren’t cooked long enough after being frozen. At some point, I was introduced to the hash browns where you use nice diced chunks of potatoes and I instantly like this rendition, probably because they taste a lot like diced up French fries.
I love making omelettes and they can be great for other meals besides breakfast. It is an extremely versatile food and it can be easily catered towards your preferences supposing you actually like omelettes in the first place. When I first started making them, I thought a proper omelette needed to have meat in them like bacon, sausage, steak, or lobster (I love meat by the way and I’ve cooked all of these omelette varieties before) but they don’t have to have meat in them. Really I’m the type of person that usually needs to have some meat in each meal to make it feel right but I’ve slowly opened up to eating meals without meat.