How to cook Pinoy Omelet Gourmet style
Pinoy Omelet has been always a part of Filipino breakfast, it is usually paired with Beef Tapa, Tocino, Longganisa (Hamonado, Lucban, Skinless) or Tuyo (dried fish). In this recipe we will share with you the traditional Pinoy Omelet with added ingredients to make it more delicious and mouth watering.
The usual Pinoy Omelet is just egg, red onion and ripe tomatoes, but I’ll teach you how you can make it gourmet with a few added ingredients!
In cooking this dish we used our new Lock&Lock Hard&Light Marble Frying Pan that is newly-launched, this cookware is perfect for cooking small portions of food. This light-weight fry pan is made using Aluminum Board Hard Anodizing with High-grade, two-tone Dupont marble coating that is easy to clean and lasts long. The hard anodizing makes it sturdy and strong for lasting use. It is great for induction heater, but you can use it on a gas stove. The handle is rubber coated that can give an excellent grip. You can find this in Lock & Lock Boutique Stores (see below) and leading supermarkets nationwide or visit their Facebook page (fb.com/LocknLockPhilippines).
Another good thing in using this piece of cookware, you don’t need to use a cooking oil when you are frying.
Go grab your ingredients and utensils and let’s start cooking this Pinoy Omelet Recipe – gourmet style!
Pinoy Omelet Recipe by Filipino Recipes Portal: