Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 2 mins

Awesome for comfort food when you have the house to yourself. Be careful not to over-spice (especially if you use freshly cracked peppercorn)!!! Less is more! I used the peppercorn and it ended up being WAY too much, even though it didn't look like it when it was in the bowl before I cooked it. If you want to opt for less cholesterol, try using 3 egg whites instead of 2 whole eggs.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Set burner to medium to medium high (depending on your preference).
  2. Whisk eggs in a small bowl.
  3. Whisk in remaining ingredients.
  4. If burner is on medium, pour the eggs onto the pan first.
  5. If burner is on medium high, whisk in mushrooms before pouring onto pan.
  6. Flip omelette constantly so mushrooms don't burn.
  7. Use your better judgement as to when the omelette is ready (all ovens are different). My omelette took a little under 2 minutes on medium high.
Most Helpful

This was easy to make & a satisfying brunch. I thought the added spices were a nice touch. I would have preferred something added to the mushrooms~~ some cheese or sauce would add a creamy element or some onions and green pepper would elevate the mushrooms. I did use canned mushrooms. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Made for Fall 08 Pick A Chef.

Susie D September 26, 2008

"Less is more" didn't work that well for me this time around!! Maybe it's because I used half a cup of All Whites in place of the two large eggs, but the listed amounts of seasonings weren't anywhere near too much. I would definitely add more next time! Still, it was a quick and simple omelette. Almost anything with mushrooms is a winner in my book! Thanks for posting.

brokenburner September 08, 2008