Shrimp and Artichoke Omelet with Sauce Piquant
Emeril Lagasse's Kicked Up Eggs
Sunny side-up, scrambled, over-easy ? not for Emeril Lagasse. He likes his eggs kicked up a notch. Check out his Shrimp and Artichoke Omelet with Sauce Piquant.
Heat an 8-inch, non-stick saut?? pan over medium-high heat. In a mixing bowl, combine the eggs, 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Whisk briskly to incorporate well all the ingredients. Add the butter to the saut?? pan and quickly pour the eggs into the pan.
Using a wooden spoon, swirl the pan and scrape the eggs with the spoon simultaneously. Continue to scrape and swirl the eggs until they start to solidify, but are still moist on the surface. Lay the shrimp and artichoke hearts across the middle of the omelet seasoned with the remaining salt and pepper.
Using a rubber spatula, fold the farthest edge of the omelet toward the center covering the filling. Shake the pan till the edge closest to you is slightly draped over the ridge of the pan. Hold the handle of the pan with an underhanded grip (like you would hold a violin), and invert the omelet onto a serving platter or plate. Pour the sauce piquant overtop the omelet and serve immediately.
In a saut?? pans set over a medium-high heat, add the olive oil and begin to saut?? the onions, green onions, celery, green pepper and jalapeno. Saut?? for 3 minutes and then add the garlic.
Sweat for 1 minute and add the basil, thyme, oregano and bay leaf. Continue to cook for 1 minute and add the tomatoes, stock, salt, cayenne and fresh cracked black pepper. Bring the sauce to a boil and reduce to a simmer, let cook for 5 minutes longer, and swirl the cold butter into the sauce. Season again if necessary. Remove the bay leaf from the sauce before serving.
Recipe courtesy of Emeril Lagasse ?? 2001