There are so many rules and ways of making a good omelet. Most of these methods in my opinion, come down to a personal preference. For me, I like soft runny scrambled eggs over well-cooked bhurji style, and a soft omelet that has not browned too much.
For me, this below method is the best way to make an omelet – it is soft, delicate, easy to make. The filling is the star here – pumpkin with fresh sage, some garlic and some delicious manchego cheese. The secret to a good cooked fulling is to shred/grate the raw pumpkin – helping it took cook with ease, wuicker, with less fat required and it picks up the other flavours even better. When I got my hands on some fresh sage – I had to make this asap. Another secret for the best tasting pumpkin – a pinch of cinnamon!