4 Levels of Omelets: Amateur to Food Scientist | Epicurious

Publicat pe 21 mai. 2019
We challenged chefs of three different levels - an amateur, a home cook and a professional chef - to make their versions of an omelet. And then we brought in a food scientist to review their work. Which omelet was the best?
Still haven’t subscribed to Epicurious on RO-tv? ►► bit.ly/epiyoutubesub

ABOUT EPICURIOUS
Browse thousands of recipes and videos from Bon Appétit, Gourmet, and more. Find inventive cooking ideas, ingredients, and restaurant menus from the world’s largest food archive.
4 Levels of Omelets: Amateur to Food Scientist | Epicurious

Comentarii

  • to make emily appear more unprofessional, they only let the music playing with Lorenzo and Barbe

  • Headache

  • Gabut anj

  • Level 2 rocks

  • This video has the best comment section ever LOL!

  • :)

  • Lorenzo is my fave lol

  • I don like either of the omelettes

  • im #1 but i love the #2 almost like my mom

  • Didnt gordon ramsay said dont season the eggs before cooking it

  • Hey I am a level 2 chef😊😊😊...

  • But.... but Ramsay says to season eggs during the cooking to prevent grey eggs...?

  • Don’t like omelette. Scrambled with toppings are better Wait wtf that is just scramble. Omelette is with milk and it takes a while to make and you cover the lan with a lid. Americans are strange.

  • I would always. Always eat level 2’s

  • Why do I feel like I am learning cooking and chemistry at same time.

  • funny that it says 4 levels when theres only 3 not the 1st time you guys made this mistake.

  • level 1: just eggs whisk, THEN add salt level 2: add eggs then salt and whisk level 3: just let the eggs out for 24 hours to get air in our omelette then another 48 hours with salt to let it taste better

  • I like putting half a cheesecake in my omelet

  • I whisk like the guy. If being a professional means whisking like the chef did then that'll never happen.

  • I want Lorenzo to beat me like he beats his eggs.

  • The level 3 one looked fancy but level 2's looked more appetizing

  • level 1: so i'm going to use pre-made omelette level 2: HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA level 3: personally i like to grow my own eggs and season them at the beggining of the fecundation

  • Level 0.5: me cutting up some hotdog and mixing it with 2 eggs and putting ketchup on it

  • I’m confused am I the only one that actually flips there omelette I also only consider an omelette an omelette if I has cheese, so what’s up here

  • Love the video! +1 inscription

  • Omelette*

  • Lorenzo the type of guy that tells everyone in his accounting firm that he COULD be a chef and open a restaurant if he wanted to.

  • I’m surprised Emily didn’t use ketchup

  • The food scientist looks like a middle schooler but talks like a college professor. I am so confused as to how old she is. She must have invented some anti-aging potion for herself

  • What herbs did she use?

  • I think that chef n2 is more professional than the chef n3

  • The experts looked nasty

  • Omg, please don’t add salt before you cook it... the egg will have this dry texture... Top chef, add it while cooking... Looking at the #1 and #2, look how the omelette is easy to break, because it’s fluffy without hold ... Your research is not on point on this one... more on logic but lacking

  • tbh, level 3 doesn’t look that good

  • Being a Chef.... Just I can say... It's useless.......

  • Lorenzo: I usually crack the eggs into a bowl Also Lorenzo: *cracks eggs into wet brownie mix*

  • Thank you! Important questions answered.

  • 5:25 - who knew making omelets could be so diabolical?

  • Why is the food scientist like 16 yo

  • wait what happened to the previous food scientist lady? no one is gon talk abou it? i liked the lady :(

  • they should do at least 5 levels, according to every Michelin star chefs could get, and before that a starless chef, a home chef, and then an absolute amateur. and then also invite howtobasic just for the extra content edit; now i look back at my own comment, this could be the perfect ingredients for a food documentary ...........i will not ask money for this you can have this idea for free

  • Bless you, I love the combo of those three chefs. I really can see enjoying all three of those omelettes (albeit only making first twos)

  • Ok but level 3 is not an omelette...it’s an Italian “frittata” as it is evenly cooked (both sides). That is literally the difference between omelette and frittata... 1side vs 2sides.

  • lorenzos omelette looks rly good

  • Tbh she's the only decent level 3 chef, and the brownie chef also

  • Thumbnail The expert looks like a poisonous pancake🤮

  • The level 3 chef looked like she was making scrambled eggs rather than an omelet.

  • Idk y but Lorenzo is my bro, every episode he's in i cheer him on and when he does something i don't like i get annoyed about it

  • Beginner : I eyeball everything 😎

  • Lorenzo is the real level 3 chef

  • I have never made an omelet but I’m totally going to do it know I hope I can make it to level 2

  • "Red bell pepper, *Spanish* onion" Wow I didn't know that vegetables have nationalities *the more you know*

  • In my opinion I always love the level2 dish.

  • I think you should let each of them taste the food from all the 3 levels, let them review then let the specialist review

  • holy woow with the 4 level part

  • Level 1: Looks good Level 2: Looks good Level 3: *Alien Snot*

  • Lorenttzo von matterhorn

  • This hotel I've been to 3 times is 2 hours from my home and a great place to go to Theres a river between it that you can talk or walk *ALONE* And the hotel was ☆☆☆☆ so the place is good, the beds are comfy and the pillows is REALLY fluffy And the place where you eat breakfast is really good And everytime we go there I NEED to always eat a omelette

  • no one: level 3 chef: generous pinch generous amount generous

  • Barb's omelette was yuck. Emily is how we usually go for things and Lorenzo's was the best. He was enjoying all along and created something interesting

  • This is not about Chef level, it's about Poor to Rich, how about everybody cooks with the same ingredients?

  • I hope they filmed this during the day. I don't want the food scientist to be up past her bedtime.

  • Ok I think I'm a level -1 super beginner and definitely not a chef 😅

  • Yo Lorenzo is a g

  • The level 3 chef is wrong about the whisking - side to side is the best method, scientifically.

  • Ok but Lorenzo’s omelet looked and sounded the best tasting. (Like bacon and cheese?)

  • “Just add a generous pinch of herbs” *Litterally turns the mixture green*

  • Can everyone lease dislike this comment for no reason at all??

  • This is all extremely overcomplicated. Bacon/ham (your choice), cheese, and bell peppers. That's all you need. It's an omelet you're not on Gordon Ramsay's kitchen hell

  • Honestly Emily’s looked best it always happens level 1 wins in my opinion

  • *chef* :I wisk up and down, whisking side to side does nothing. **proceeds to wisk side to side** XDDDD

  • I just thought you were a serious show... Fahrenheit... seriously... please evolve... i beg you. 😶

  • I randomly came across these videos and I’m honestly binging for Beth. I love her lol.

  • RIP lorenzo

  • Lorenzos always look the best

  • somehow i liked emily's omelet more than the professional chef's omelet. Lorenzo will always come first with his bacon

  • Yet again I think the level 2 looks better than the professional chef and by the way I went to culinary school that level 3 is not practicing French technique!!!!

  • I'll have the three of them ...

  • The food scientist always gets on my nerves lmao

  • Tbh I prefer the level 1 a lot and level 2 a little (only the grandma tho). I mean yeah the pro is always the one who does best but I like the other two cuz I can relate a bit to them. I hope I sounded clear 😌