Question: What does it mean to make an omelette?

: beaten eggs cooked without stirring until set and served folded in half Her omelet had a filling of cheese, peppers, and meat.

What does make an omelette mean?

said to mean that it is impossible to achieve something without there being bad or unpleasant side-effects. You cant make an omelette without breaking eggs – you just have to break as few as possible.

Where does the omelette come from?

Omelette is a French word, and was first officially used in a French cooking publication, Cuisine Bourgeoisie in the late 17th century although the word alumete was used as early as the 14th century.

What Omlet means?

omelette also om·e·lette (ŏm′ə-lĭt, ŏm′lĭt) A dish consisting of beaten eggs cooked until set and folded over, often around a filling. [French omelette, from Old French amlette, alteration of alumette, variant of alumelle, probably from (la) lemelle, (the) knife blade, from Latin lāmella, diminutive of lāmina, thin plate.]

Who first said you can make an omelette without breaking eggs?

1796 in English, from French, on ne saurait faire domelette sans casser des œufs (1742 and earlier), attributed François de Charette.

Can make an omelet without?

If you say you cant make an omelette without breaking eggs, you mean that it is impossible to achieve something important without there being some bad effects.

What is the meaning of you cant make an omelet without breaking a few eggs?

said to mean that it is impossible to achieve something without there being bad or unpleasant side-effects.

What cant you make without breaking eggs?

If you say you cant make an omelette without breaking eggs, you mean that it is impossible to achieve something important without there being some bad effects. Note: `Omelette is usually spelled `omelet in American English.

Who said you cant make an omelet without breaking a few eggs?

1796 in English, from French, on ne saurait faire domelette sans casser des œufs (1742 and earlier), attributed François de Charette.

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