4 Reviews

Lovely light omelet, enjoyed it very much. I snipped some chives into the mix with the blossoms, both chives and parsley fresh from the garden, delicious!! I used a little more Swiss than called for and it ran out when I cut it in half, but mmmm sooo good! thanks for posting, i will be making it again.

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Derf May 13, 2010

Perfect omelet! The Swiss cheese did not overpower the omelet and was the perfect amount. Fresh chive blossoms and parsley from our garden made for a memorable anniversary breakfast this morning! Thank you for posting the recipe. PS I reduced the eggs to three and warmed the unshelled eggs first for five minutes in a bowl of warm water.

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COOKGIRl April 07, 2010

A lovely breakfast omelet! We really enjoyed the delicate flavor and beautiful presentation of the Cheesy Chive Blossom Omelet!! Made for the April Showers Brings May Flowers Photo Forum Challenge '08-- thanks Sharon123 for another great recipe!!!

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BecR May 05, 2008

Delicious and so easy! I increased the ingredients a bit to make enough for three servings by using 6 eggs and 5 chive blossoms and increasing the other ingredients a bit also. Wonderful omlet which we all enjoyed and will be having often. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ June 17, 2005
Cheesy Chive Blossom Omelet