It may not come out perfect every time, but it will still taste great. Flip the omelet to cook the other side, using a plastic spatula, or chopsticks, or even, if you dare, by tossing it into the air in such a way that it lands the opposite side down. Folding omelette pans make cooking a breeze by helping you flip and fold your omelette without making a mess. Omelets cooked in the traditional smaller size pan (8-inch or 20cm) will be easier to flip than a larger omelet cooked in, say, a 12-inch (30cm) pan for obvious reasons. Get your spatula under the egg, make sure nothing is sticking to the pan, then flip your wrist with confidence in one motion. One important factor when considering whether (and subsequently when) to flip an omelet is the size of the pan. This step-by-step guide gives you cooking tips on how to make the perfect omelet. For a light and fluffy omelet start with a pan that is easy to lift and move with one hand. These pans are available from many different manufacturers, and can be purchased at most kitchen stores. Most folding omelette pans are nonstick, but if yours is not be sure to grease the pan before you begin. Put it on Medium to Medoum-high heat and pour into it just enough oil to cover the entire surface. l use a stainless steel pan, the fancy nonstick junk is completely unnecessary. With each omelet you make, you'll get better at recognizing when the eggs are cooked enough to allow for a clean flip. Learn how to cook an omelet with these simple steps from Incredible Egg.