What does that involve then?
I've started having a craving for an omelette but I haven't had one since I was 18 and I had an awful one. And because of this, I don't know how to make one
It is very easy to make an omelette ....
Beat 2/3 eggs with a couple of grinds of salt (depending upon how hungry you are) until just combined .... don't beat until frothy.
Heat a small frying pan and when it is hot (hold your hand over it and if it feels hot to the palm of your hand, it is ready).
Drop a small piece of butter (I use Lurpak Spread Lite) about the size of your thumb from your knuckle to the tip of your thumb. It will sizzle and melt immediately.
Pour in eggs. With a spatula or fish slice, drag the edges of the egg into the middle of the pan/omelette; tilt the pan so that the free running egg coats the uncovered area of the pan. The overall appearance should be that the top of the omelette is still slightly runny as it will continue to cook once you get it folded and onto the plate.
Give it a couple of grinds of pepper, fold over and serve on a warm plate.
There are lots and lots of different omelettes - the foregoing is for a plain one.