An omelette is a dish made by beating eggs and cooking them in a pan until firm. It is a simple and versatile dish that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. To make an omelette, eggs are usually beaten with a fork or whisk and then poured into a heated pan with some melted butter or oil. The eggs are then cooked over medium-high heat until they start to set on the bottom.
At this point, the filling, such as cheese, ham, or vegetables, is added to one side of the omelette. The other side is then folded over the filling, and the omelette is allowed to cook for a few more minutes until it is fully set and the filling is heated through. The omelette can be served hot with toast or a side salad, or it can be chilled and served as a cold dish.