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Recipe Thursday-Brie Omelet

Posted on December 23rd, 2010 | Posted in Breakfast and Brunch, Recipes

With Christmas right around the corner, and numerous parties to follow, I wanted to use up some of the ingredients that I had in my fridge. Therefore, I ended up making myself a delicious Brie Omelet. I originally got the idea off of Cheeses of France’s website. I ended up improvising the recipe since omelets are not too complicated. I apologize for this picture, I started to eat my omelet when I realized that I did not photographic it…

Brie Omelet Slice

Yield 1 Omelet


4 large eggs (EGG011)
1 oz or 3 slices of Tour de Marze Brie (CWFR360)
1/4 teaspoon salt (CQS030)
1/8 teaspoon pepper (CQP065)
1 teaspoon butter (880000)


Remove the rind from the brie slices. Wisk eggs, pepper and salt together. Heat nonstick skillet over medium high heat until butter melts. While moving the skillet in a circular motion, pour the eggs in continuing motion, cook until the outside edges are firm (approximately 1 minute). Then flip the omelet to finish cooking (about 30 seconds). Place the cheese slices in the center and fold the omelet sides in. Top with pepper to taste.

2 Responses to “Recipe Thursday-Brie Omelet”

  1. Love all of your recipes! Would you consider publishing some recipes with higher yields? I am always looking for a way to use the products you sell in new ways. I visit the manufacturers’ websites, but I am always looking for recipes that serve about 100 people, taste yummy, and hold well. Thanks!

  2. Thank you! Well, I know the struggle of making recipes into larger quantities, since most recipes do not taste the same in bulk. I do have some more recipes that are tasty in larger quantities and will try to highlight them.

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