Brie, Fresh Herb, Tomato Omelet for 2

"This is such an easy way to cook & serve an omelete. I like to start off with fresh fruit salad, then warm beer bread & the omelette. You may wish to have bacon etc but the brie makes for a rich omelete You may also cook the omelete on top of the stove. Pour egg mixture into a skillet, over medium temperature, cover with lid, after 3 minutes scatter the herbs, tomato then place cheese on the almost set omelete, cover again., Slip the omelet onto a serving plate and place under the broiler for a minute or two to finish melting the Brie and setting the omelete."
photo by Lori Mama photo by Lori Mama
photo by Lori Mama
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  • Beat the milk& flour together add the sour cream& eggs whip until well mixed.
  • Heat oven to 375 degrees F.
  • Butter an oven proof dish (a pyrex pie plate works).
  • Add egg mixture and pop into the oven, when the omelete is almost cooked 8-10 minutes sprinkle the herbs over the top.
  • Add the tomatores and Brie (distribute evenly).
  • Broil for about 5 minutes until the omelete is firm and the brie has melted.
  • Cut in half and serve cheese side up.

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  1. Lori Mama
    Oh boy, this was so good! Loved everything about it. I didn't have the chives, so subbed greeen onions. I think the next time I will add some fresh basil instead of the dill. :)
  2. Mysterygirl
    Oh, this is yummy but as soon as I saw the title I knew it would be. I used the sour cream in mine and skipped the dill, other than that I followed the recipe to a T. We had this for dinner last night since I forgot to lay out the chicken. Glad I did. Wonderful served with fresh fruit and croissants.


  1. Lori Mama
    Oh boy, this was so good! Loved everything about it. I didn't have the chives, so subbed greeen onions. I think the next time I will add some fresh basil instead of the dill. :)


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