Pedroni’s Omlette with Traditional Balsamic Vinegar from Modena

SOURCE: Pedroni Vinegar Farm

10 very fresh eggs
Medium-sized onion
3 spoonfuls of Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena "Italo"
Pinch of "aglione" (i.e. some coarse salt with ground rosemary, a little garlic, sage and basil leaves)

Pour some oil and the onion cut into small slices in a cold pan and let brown. Put the eggs (whole eggs) in a bowl and beat them together with "aglione", stir very carefully. Add the onion without the oil into the bowl containing the eggs. Keep on mixing very carefully. Put the pan on the fire with the oil previously used to brown the onion and allow to boil. Put the mixing into the pan. The mixing will quickly be cooked and try to brown both sides of the omelette. When ready, place it in a warm dish without the browning oil. Immediately pour the "balsamic vinegar" using a teaspoon at a height of about 15 cm from the omelette. Pour the balsamic vinegar "Italo" slightly beating the teaspoon with your forefinger. You will have then a smooth pouring. Serve immediately when the omelette is fully fragrant.

This recipe comes from the Pedroni website

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