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In a small mixing bowl, place eggs and milk. Using a wire whisk, beat until well blended. Season to taste using salt, pepper and Worcestershire. Pour egg and milk mixture over crawfish and stir gently. When eggs are set, turn omelette onto a platter. Garnish with fresh parsley.
Special Note From Recipe Submitter:
Nothin' be more propriate for a breakfast or brunch buffet than a full-flavored omelette. We Cajuns have our own version of this dish and it normally includes fresh seasonal seafoods. When combined with colored peppers and a touch of da garlic, crawfishes make da best of da Cajun omelettes, in my opinion.
Looking for a way to use your crawfish? Mix it with a fine selection of vegetables and herbs to make a ragin' Cajun omelette.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Crawfish Mike for this recipe.
Recipe number 11. Submitted 4/12/2002.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Crawfish Omelette?
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WOW!!! Had my father in law here from Louisiana, and he brought 20lbs of crawfish.... I made this with 1 lb of the peeled and cooked tails!!!
It is EXCELLENT!!! I used a cast iron skillet and had to bake the dish in the oven to finish off the recipe to prevent over cooking, burning.
20 mins at 350 was the ticket... we have made it several times since.
Comment submitted: 7/18/2008 (#5913)
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