Apple and Brie Omelet
(4 servings) Printable Version
Place apple slices in a microwave-safe container. Top with 1/2 of the butter. Sprinkle the nutmeg on top of that. Microwave on high for 3 minutes - stirring once halfway through the cooking time.
In a medium bowl, beat the eggs with the vanilla and salt.
Melt 1/2 of remaining butter in a skillet set to medium-high heat. Pour half of the egg mixture into the skillet. Cover and cook until set. Place this - the bottom half of the omelet - on a cookie sheet. Place apple wedges evenly on top. Sprinkle onion evenly over the apples. Place cheese evenly on top of that. Place in preheated oven.
Cook remaining remaining egg mixture in skillet as described above.
Remove bottom of omelet from the oven and carefully slide it onto a serving platter.
Place egg layer from the skillet on top of the bottom of the omelet from the oven.
Garnish with a little ground nutmeg and cut into wedges to serve.
Make sure you use a sweeter apple for this one. I tried using Granny Smith apples once. It was okay... but not nearly as good as an apple less tart.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank muffin for this recipe.
Recipe number 1599. Submitted 12/16/2005.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Apple and Brie Omelet?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 2 votes.
missusbreakfast: What? Cheese and fruit is one of the most well known combos! You have never had a fruit and cheese plate before???? I thought this omelet was very good. I used a pear instead of apple because that is what I had.
Comment submitted: 12/19/2010 (#11742)
I loved it! Brei is my favorite. First time, using it in an omelet. Boyfriend liked it too. Will make it again. - Dee
Comment submitted: 8/29/2010 (#11143)
From missusbreakfast (Team Breakfast Member)
It wasn't good, I have to say. Apple and cheese weren't made to go together. Really, any fruit with cheese don't go well, with the exception of lychee. yes, I'd sucstitute the apple with lychee and perhaps change from brie to cheddar. Of course if you're having cheddar, you will need only 1/3 cup, as opposed to 1/2, so it's a cheese saver too, as well as a tastebud saver. Maybe make the lychees 2 1/2 lychees or maybe even crank it up to three. Just a suggestion. This recipe has potential.
Comment submitted: 3/10/2010 (#10018)
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