Definition of Fluffy omelet
1. Noun. Souffle-like omelet made by beating and adding the whites separately.
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Literary usage of Fluffy omelet
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1. Consolidated Library of Modern Cooking and Household Recipes by Christine Terhune Herrick (1904)
"The secret of a light, fluffy omelet is in making and cooking quickly. This quantity is for two people. Double the above quantity may be made in ..."
2. When a Man Marries/the Window at the White Cat by Mary Roberts Rinehart (2000)
"We'll make a big fluffy omelet, and if the others aren't around, we'll eat it ourselves." "Well," I said, trying to remember exactly, "you take two eggs—" ..."
3. The Queen Cook Book: A Careful Compilation of Recipes and Practical by William Hart Boyd (1895)
"If you prefer a dry fluffy omelet to a moist flaky one, beat the white and yolk of the eggs separate. If not, together slightly, add a tablespoon of cream ..."