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Learn how to cook an omlette in 30 seconds using a standard sandwich press.
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Dan: Welcome to willitpress.com. I've got Ben with me today, he’s going to show me show how to make an egg in 10 seconds.
Ben: That’s right Dan. Cooking egg on the press is one of the best things you can do for a quick breakfast.
Okay, the first step is to crack the egg. Probably the next step would be to put it in like that. Press it, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. Now, I agree that it’s definitely been cooked in 10 seconds, Ben. But is it edible? We’ll give it to our judge. Eat this. It’s good enough for the dog, now I agree 100% that was fast. But is it edible? Wait a minute, hold it. That is far more delicious.
You need eggs, cheese, chopped up onion and chopped up bacon. Four eggs, with the bacon, the onion and then the cheese. Pour a bit of milk, stir it up. Just a dash of cream, a bit of pepper, a bit of salt and there we’re ready. Trick to this one is not to press down too hard. And there you have it, a delicious omelette. That must have been only about 20 seconds. It actually needs a bit more. Golden brown. Now what the cheese stand does, is it holds the press up so that it slowly cooks the back and then we’ll leave a pool of cheese in the center, so delicious, so inviting, so amazing that you will eat the cheese. It looks so God damn good. All that cheese at the back just melting. Look at that. This will be the most delicious omelette I have ever eaten. It’s so cheesy. You’ve been watching willitpress.com. Thank you and I hope you enjoy your—