Make a Herb Goat Cheese Omelet for Your Next Breakfast

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Who doesn’t like breakfast? Breakfast is typically the most important meal of the day. It gives you a lot of energy and it helps you stay healthy. In this post, I will tell you about one of my favorite breakfast recipes that I have been making for years now: Herb Goat Cheese Omelet

Are you pressed for time ? This Goat cheese Omelet should be your choice (it’s also great for using up leftover cheese and herbs). For weekend breakfast .

egardless of what age, beginning all alone is overwhelming. It’s similar to learning to cook. The ability to prepare a feast, such as an omelet, can help to mellow any progress, whether it is in work, education, or learning how to cook.. There will come when companions or potentially relatives will put out a source of inspiration for the in-house “culinary specialist” to fulfill a craving of a home cooked anything.

The person who can meet this demand typically attains celebrity respectable status for life.

Your friends won’t likely remember your record-breaking accomplishments throughout your time in school or successful career, but they will remember and appreciate your late-night comfort meal.

An omelet is an incredible spot to begin. On the off chance that you can cook a certain something, make it with an egg.

The secret to this goat cheese omelet is choosing a really great goat cheese. Luckily most supermarkets have great chevre–Vermont Creamery and Laura Chenel are good varieties you’re likely to find. If you’ve got access to local options, put them in this quick breakfast recipe. Aside from the goat cheese, eggs and herbs, you need just a few ingredients and 20 minutes for one of the best omelets you can make.

Herb Goat Cheese Omelet

Goat Cheese Omelet Instructions:

Combine eggs and 1 tablespoon water in a bowl, stirring with a whisk. Stir in 1/8 teaspoon pepper and 1/8 teaspoon salt. Set aside. Combine parsley, tarragon, and goat cheese in a small bowl. Set aside. Heat 1 teaspoon olive oil in an 8-inch nonstick skillet over medium heat. Then, Add remaining 1/8 teaspoon pepper, zucchini,bell pepper, and dash of salt to pan; cook for 4 minutes or until tender. Remove zucchini mixture from pan; cover and keep warm. Place 1/2 teaspoon oil in skillet. Pour half of the egg mixture into pan, and let egg mixture set slightly (do not stir). Carefully loosen set edges of omelet with a spatula, tipping the pan to pour uncooked egg to the sides. After that,Continue this procedure for about 5 seconds or until almost no runny egg remains. Later,Sprinkle half of cheese mixture evenly over omelet; cook omelet; cook omelet 1 minute or until set. Slide omelet onto plate, folding into thirds. Repeat procedure with remaining 1/2 teaspoon oil, egg mixture, and goat cheese mixture. Sprinkle chives over omelets. Serve with zucchini mixture.

Why you’ld love Goat Cheese Omelet:

Nothing dresses up an understandable herb goat cheese omelet like creamy cheese and a bunch of contemporary herbs. And any herb can knock off this recipe. Also,you can swap tarragon for basil or cilantro for parsley because it is a creamy and luxurious omelet. Plus,Fine herb is a French term for the fresh herb combination of tarragon, chervil, chives, and parsley.
Use equal amounts of fresh herbs in any combination of 2-4 fresh herbs to suit your taste. Ideal combinations are :

1-basil and parsley (you can also add mint)

2-chives, tarragon, and parsley



We love omelets for breakfast, and my version is quick to make – and organic, too! These goat cheese omelets were inspired by a trip to France.

I recommend to  make a single omelet with two eggs than a larger omelet with more eggs and for multiple servings. The single-serving omelet cooks faster and better.

Also,This French-style healthy omelet takes some practice and a really skillet But once you get the hang of it, you likely won’t be able to go back to ‘regular’ omelets ever again. Besides,This recipe does simplify the traditional method a little bit by not having you stir the eggs the whole time, since it’s too easy to turn them into scrambled eggs, and by folding the omelet instead of rolling it off the pan, which is a really advanced technique.Finally,The result is a custardy, even-colored omelet that makes for the most freshbreakfast.

Herb Goat Cheese Omelet

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Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 10 min Total Time 20 mins Servings: 1 Calories: 233



  1. In a small bowl, using a rubber spatula, mash the goat cheese with the measured herbs and set it aside.

  2. Whisk eggs, milk, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl until yolks and whites are evenly mixed. Place in a serving dish.

  3. Melt butter in an 8-inch nonstick skillet over medium heat until fluffy. Add the egg mixture and stir constantly with a rubber spatula until small clumps form about 2 to 3 minutes.
    Gently shake the pan and spread the egg mixture evenly in the pan with the spatula - the top of the eggs should be creamy.
    Remove pan from heat. Using the spatula, fold one-third of the omelet over itself. Gently push the folded side of the omelet toward the edge of the pan. Turn the pan over onto the serving platter and roll the tortilla seam side down onto the platter.
    Garnish with more herbs and serve immediately.

Nutrition Facts

Servings 1

Amount Per Serving
Calories 233
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 17.6g28%
Saturated Fat 5.8g29%
Cholesterol 430mg144%
Sodium 416mg18%
Total Carbohydrate 3.6g2%
Protein 16g32%

Calcium 0.8%
Iron 0.2%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


 If you want to make a larger omelet, use a 10 to 12-inch pan (depending on the number of eggs).  Do not flip the omelet like a pancake, just fold it in half. A larger omelet is more fragile and may break.

After being folded in the middle, the eggs continue to cook while the cheese melts.
For all the goat cheese lovers, this omelet is for you.

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