By Bev on January 08, 2003
Photo by *Parsley*
Photo by *Parsley*
"This is an excellent recipe for any weekend brunch with company or family! I serve for our Christmas Breakfast with homemade muffins, sausage and fresh fruit. From Saltwood House Bed and Breakfast."
Serving Size: 1 (115 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"Bev, good (and fattening), had this for Sunday morning breakfast, cut nice squares but very rich. I did throw in some ham chunks. Delish and I froze it in squares to reheat for a quick breakfast for me at work...let ya know how that works out....TY for a great easy recipe!"
"Really easy and really delicious. Very rich, but no one complained! I also froze some leftovers - it makes alot. I didn't change anything. Thanks Bev for a great brunch recipe!"
"I lightened this up considerably by using a lite cheese, non-fat milk fortified with dry milk powder in place of the heavy cream and egg substitute for the eggs. It was delicious and we enjoyed it served with fresh melon."
"This is a quick easy way to make omelets for 8. I actually cut the recipe in half and made 2 breakfasts for DH and me. The first one we ate as is with steak and potatoes. The second time, I placed the egg square on an onion roll with avocado, tomato and mayo. Delicious both ways - but the sandwich was really good the next day!"
"Very rich and delicious. The kind of breakfast/brunch that you eat slowly to savor each bite. I halved the recipe (using an 8" x 8" square pan), but didn't halve the cheese;). Deeeeelicious! We all loved it and we'll have this again. Thanx for sharing this."
"Bev, I have to admit, when I read the ingredients I first thought "heart attack on a plate!" It is rich, but for a special occasion, it's so worth it! I had a few people over on Sunday for a brunch, and made this along with another breakfast strata dish I usually serve. This one was the preferred choice judging by the empty dish I was left with. I upped the cheese to 16 ounces, and added some crumbled cooked bacon. I'm thinking the next time I make this I may add a bit of chopped spinach. Thanks Bev for making my first brunch in my new apartment a big success!"
"I absolutely love the simplicity of this. I only had Irish white cheddar, but it's hard to imagine that Swiss would have been any better. Everyone loved it...there was one little piece left over that I had for lunch the next day. Delicious!"
"This is too easy to be so amazingly good... Though, I guess with heavy cream, cheese, and butter it would be hard to go wrong ;) I used cheddar in place of the swiss because it's what I had and halved the recipe for an 8x8 pan. I also added a bit of ground thyme with the pepper on top. This is an absolute keeper!"
"This is wonderful! I love the swiss cheese in this. I didn't change a thing and it came out perfectly! My family loved it."
"Awesome!! Made this for 40 people at our church hospitality breakfast. Everyone raved about this omelet. Try it..you'll like it!"
"A lovely recipe Bev, which I scaled down for one. The omelet was wonderful, quick, easy to make and it tasted great. Made as written but baked in a medium size tart pan. The rich and delicious omelet made a great lunch. Thank you so much for sharing."
"Eggcelent dish! I used Pam instead of butter, sprinkled some turkey bacon on top and it turned out great. Thank you"