Herb and Goat Cheese Omelet

  • Elldee Posted: 09/05/09
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    I love tarragon and I love goat cheese, so, I loved this omelet. I substituted dry tarragon for the fresh, and did not have chives, which I'm sure would make this even better. Also made each omelet with 3 eggs vs 2, just to have a bit more :-)

  • skspillman Posted: 08/25/09
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    I tripled this recipe to make for 5 people this weekend. To save time, I scrambled the eggs rather than making omelets (stirred in the cheese mixture in the last minute or so of cooking). I substituted dried rosemary for the tarragon. Also, since I didn't have a red bell pepper on hand, I used marinated roasted red pepper instead. I served with whole wheat toast spread with blackberry jam and turkey bacon. This was a hearty, flavorful breakfast which I will make again.

  • Karen64 Posted: 07/28/09
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    Followed the recipe exactly and it tasted strange to me. Will not make again. The veggies were good, the omelette was not.

  • Rox525 Posted: 09/20/09
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    Made the omlet only with French Feta and rosemary, parsley, basil. Served with fresh fruit and blueberry/nutmeg scones. My guests love it.

  • NHDebbie Posted: 08/17/09
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    I happened to read this recipe right after receiving a batch of chevre from a friend, so I made the omelet for Sunday breakfast. Yum! I didn't have the vegetables on hand so the rest of our breakfast consisted of a bowl of seasonal fruit and some homemade blueberry muffins.

  • AshleyF10 Posted: 05/22/10
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    So good. I love goat cheese, and I plan on trying this omelet with all different kinds of herbs. Used Pam instead of oil for the egg pan.

  • GFcookDebbie77 Posted: 08/19/10
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    I have made this omelet many times already. It tastes wonderful. I became a goat cheese fan & started growing tarragon in my herb garden because of it. I made it without chives many times, but when they became available this spring in my garden, I used them in the recipe and they really added a nice extra flavor.

  • GayleR Posted: 02/21/12
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    Greenville, NC

    A good basic omelet. I used rosemary instead of tarragon and omitted the chives. Served it with toasted French Country Bread and Honey Gelato for a light supper.

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