Potato Chip Omelette Recipe at Cathédrale NYC: Plus Chef Jason Hall's Pro Tips for Cooking the Perfect Omelette by 30Seconds Food
Chef Jason Hall from Cathédrale at Moxy East Village in NYC has shared the recipe for his potato chip omelette. We think it's time to fancy up Sunday brunch with this easy omelette recipe.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
- 3 whole eggs, at room temperature
- 3 tablespoons whole butter, cold
- sea salt
- fresh cracked black pepper
- 2 tablespoons Boursin Garlic & Fine Herbs Cheese, mixed with fresh-cut chives
- 1 cup plain potato chips (the restaurant makes their own, but recommends Cape Cod regular chips)
- 1 nice tablespoon fresh Kaluga caviar
- fresh watercress, for garnish
Here's how to make it:
- Chef Hall prefers a fork to a whisk for omelets because he doesn't want to work air into the eggs. Air bubbles are insulators and can slow down cooking if you're not careful. Bring the eggs up to room temperature before adding them to the pan. This will ensure that the omelet cooks faster, and the faster an omelet cooks, the more tender it's going to be.
- Heat a 4-inch nonstick pan for a few minutes before adding the butter. Even a nonstick surface is pocked with microscopic pores that eggs can fill and grab onto. Heat expands the metal, squeezing those openings shut. Make sure it’s a small nonstick pan and not too large.
- Add cold butter after adding the eggs. This will help to emulsify the butter into the eggs, resulting in a softer, creamier omelet. Do all of the above, then top the result with crispy chips, cheese, crème fraiche and caviar.
Photo: Cathédrale NYC
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