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Turn fire down to medium-low heat & stir mixture until well mixed & heated. Add the six well beaten eggs, seasoned to your liking with the salt & pepper or Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning.
Pour eggs into pan & cook on low fire until set, flip, allow to set again & serve with toast or biscuits.
Note From Mr Breakfast:
I made and photographed this omelette on March 5, 2013. I halved the recipe and it easily made 2 servings. This dish really spotlights the crab. The butter makes it sweet and the vegetables and seasonings are a perfect fit. I'd like to thank "kla163" for submitting this recipe. It's a winner. I used half the amount of suggested butter and it was still great.
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Butter brings out the flavor in the crab. Garlic and chopped vegetables add depth. Great for a special brunch.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank kla163 for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Crabmeat Omelette?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 4 votes.
I made it with imitation crab meat - which is way, way cheaper than real. When it's in the eggs, it tastes like real crab. I would make this again.
Comment submitted: 5/28/2013 (#15958)
Interesting combinations of flavors. Made this and your Crab Cake Benedict. Both were very good.
Comment submitted: 3/25/2012 (#13713)
From Bill at EJ
Tried it, loved it. I added some of my own touches.
I added salad shrimp and topped it with sour cream.
Comment submitted: 12/3/2008 (#7014)
From Oh Mandy
Wasn't sure what "garlic toes" were so we used "garlic cloves". LOL.
Comment submitted: 10/18/2007 (#3792)
I made this for one. I used green onion, left out the green peppers. I used black pepper and (reduced sodium) Old Bay. My 3 yr old and 6 yr old ate most of it and neither of them will even look at an egg.
Next week I will make enough for the whole family.
Comment submitted: 9/9/2007 (#3529)
Thanks man. I made this as a quick last minute fix. I loved it.
Comment submitted: 7/30/2007 (#3290)
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