Lékué Microwave Omelet Maker
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Read Lékué’s 10 Golden Rules for Microwave Cooking.
- Satisfying and customizable, everyone loves omelet
- As easy as 1, 2, 3: beat, mix and cook
- You’ll be done in five minutes
- Now breakfast lovers can cook hassle-free plain omelet in minutes
- Add your favorite ingredients for perfectly cooked and shaped loaded omelet every time
- Nonstick for easy release
- Offers home chefs a healthier cooking option since no oil or butter is needed
- Able to withstand temperatures from -76°F to 428°F
- Manufactuer: Lékué
- Material: Platinum silicone. BPA-free
- Care: Safe to use in the microwave, oven, freezer, refrigerator and dishwasher
- Dimensions: 9" x 4"
- Warranty: Lékué offers a 10 year warranty for manufacturer’s defects, and will replace any item with the same or similar item if the item fails during use. Warranty not effective for commercial use
- Manufactured in Spain. Assembled in China
one trick ponies,"" but this is an excellent buy. Makes terrific and fluffy omelettes easily. Even caramelizes the veggies first, if you follow the directions
It is really a no-brainer item. Mix your eggs, add your seasonings, pour it in. Cook it. As with all Lekue products, you may have to practice one or twice with the power and the time on your microwave.
One note: Do not overfill! You'll want to fill it up to the rim, but that's not a good idea. If you fill the omelet maker too much, the eggs will puff up to the point that the whole thing will pop open. :)
I use the recipes as a guide, as I want less oil than the 2 Tbsp. called for; contents depend on what's on hand. Diced asparagus and red bell pepper, with a sprinkling of grated sharp cheddar cheese is one of our favorites!
Also, my microwave veggie and omelet cooking times are considerably less than what's called for. Start with less, check, and add more if needed. The flip times have been a bit longer, as It seems to make for more even cooking.
I use a tsp. of oil, cook the veggies for 2 omelets together, reserve half (for the second omelet), then proceed with the first. You can whisk the eggs for both, at the same time also, but you have to be careful to measure/pour evenly for equal omelets. I use one Tbsp. of milk for a two egg omelet, and it works fine.
I do"" flip"" the finished veggies (which always cover the bottom of half of the ""maker""-- I don't measure--just guesstimate) over a couple of times before removing half to get the oil distributed, and have never had problems with sticking, except for a tiny spot of cheese.
The second omelet always takes a bit longer, I think because the veggies, etc. have cooled a bit, although the egg volume may vary slightly, also.
Because I add cheese and low sodium salsa, I don""t add salt, and we don""t miss it. I want to mix fresh, chunky salsa into the omelets, but keep forgetting.
I slide the omelets onto x-large heated corn tortillas with a couple Tbsp. of the salsa, fold them up, and we really enjoy them
Eliminated messy pans. I could not be more please with the simplicity of making omelets.
Plus it is BPA free. Easy to clean also. I do not put in dishwasher. I wash by hand. easie
1 year ago
Questions & Answers
Also, it is important to adjust the microwave time to suit your watts