Omelette batter Edit
- 3 tbsp butter, margarine or cooking oil
- 1 litre chanterelles, hedgehog mushrooms, ceps
- 2 – 3 onions, salt, black pepper
- basil or thyme
- a little cream or crème fraîche
- grated cheese
- Preheat the oven to 200 °C.
- To prepare the batter, first mix the flour in the milk.
- Beat the eggs in a separate bowl and add to the flour and milk mixture.
- Spice with salt and white pepper.
- Line a high-edged baking plate with greaseproof paper and pour the omelette batter on the paper.
- Bake in the oven until light brown.
- Overturn the omelette on another piece of greaseproof paper and remove the paper from the bottom.
- Chop the onions for the filling.
- Fry the chopped mushrooms in hot oil, add the onions and let cook until the liquid has nearly evaporated.
- Spice with salt and pepper, and, if you like, basil or thyme (in case you prefer the filling to be more sauce-like, add a little cream to the mixture and let cook for a while).
- Check the taste.
- Spread the mixture on the omelette and roll the sheet up.
- Carefully move the roll on a greased ovenproof plate and sprinkle grated cheese on top.
- Heat the omelette roll in 200 °C before serving.
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