Monday, March 1, 2010

Chef Tea's Incredible, Edible Omelet

Yesterday, I had the most incredible omelet. I wish I could take the credit for this health-FULL culinary  creation but my husband, Tea, made it.

Tea is an ex-chef and avid foodie and after a little verbal wrangling, he agreed to allow me to post his recipe (he's really very generous--but a tad bit shy). The Chef has explained to me that there is an art to making the perfect omelet (of course, I already knew this).  The instructions are too long to type out. So, in the interest of saving time, I'm posting the recipe below and attaching a cool "how to" video courtesy of Enjoy!

Chef Tea's Incredible, Edible Omelet
created with love by Chef Tea

5 eggs
1/4 heavy whipping cream
1/4 c diced tomatoes
1/4 chopped scallions
1/4 chopped mushrooms
1/3 c grated parmigiano reggiano cheese
1/4 c grated sharp cheddar cheese
Pinch of salt and pepper

See video below for basic omelet preparation.


  1. frederick hamlinMarch 1, 2010 at 2:11 PM

    Everyday I look forward to feasting my eyes on LOVE WITH FOOD, to see what,s next. let,s give it what it really is, TEN STARS. THANKS LYNN

  2. Hi, It means a lot to me that you took the time to visit and follow my blog. Thank you and...Best to you and your family!


  3. Hi Frederick, I look forward to your comments. You inspire me. Can't wait to see what your next comment will be. Love your play on words "feasting my eyes on..." You ROCK! Thank you :>).

  4. Oh How I love a good omelet. This looks so delicious even as I am eating my French Farmhouse garlic chicken, I would much rather eat the omelet. :)

  5. Hi Thom, I enjoyed my visit to your blog and I'm looking forward to your future postings! Thank you for visiting and following my blog as well and thank you for the well-wishes for me and my family. Hope all is well with you and your family. Have a blessed & delicious week. :>)

  6. Hi Cookie Girl, thanks for visiting my blog and for your comment. The omelet was so good I wanted another one when I got up this morning but I resisted. Too much of a good thing...

    Right now, I'd love to have some of your French Farmhouse garlic chicken. :>)

  7. Hi! we love omelet...specially the ones that are packed with vegi goodness...Will try this. Looks Awesome!!

  8. @Turmericnspice, the addition of the parmigiano reggiano cheese is what made this dish for me and it was awesome. Thanks!

  9. Yum, there is nothing like a great omlette. Thanks for sharing the video too. I really like the new look of your blog, you did a nice job Lynn.

  10. @Brad, I agree with you on the omelet comment! Regarding the video, you're welcome and thanks for the compliments on the blog as well. As you know a blog, just like a website, is a work in progress.

    You're doing an awesome job with your blog as well. I love the new format and your giveaways ROCK! :>)


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