This goat cheese omelette is filled with roasted red peppers, goat cheese, and prosciutto. It’s easy to make and delicious.
The BEST Goat Cheese Omelette
Have you ever had a goat cheese omelette at a restaurant and thought, I could never make this. Well we are here to tell you that you can! Omelettes are easy (and cheap) to make at home.
Shake up your omelette game and make this delicious goat cheese omelette for breakfast today.
Why you’ll love it!
- It’s an easy recipe to follow and easy to make for a group.
- No dry omelettes allowed. This goat cheese omelette is fluffy, creamy, and delicious.
- You can make this omelette your own by mixing up the omelette fillings.
Eggs: large eggs are the name of the game for this omelette. If you go with smaller eggs you may need to adjust your ingredient proportions.
Goat cheese: for goat cheese omelettes we prefer to use a plain, creamy goat cheese. If you prefer a flavored goat cheese, go for it.
Butter: not only does the butter in this recipe prevent the omelette from sticking, it adds delicious flavor. Don’t skip.
Salt: adding a little bit of salt to your eggs before cooking them adds the perfect amount of seasoning.
Heavy cream: heavy cream makes your omelette rich and then it becomes a bit more mobile in the pan.
How to Make a Goat Cheese Omelette
Whisk Whisk Whisk
Whisk together the eggs, salt, and heavy cream until the ingredients are homogenous. Do this first so your eggs sit for a few minutes in salt.
Prepare the omelette
Allow the egg to cook for 20-30 seconds. Using a rubber spatula slowly start pulling the edges to the middle.
Gently lift the handle of the skillet to move any of the uncooked egg to the parts of the skillet that are empty. Continue doing this until the omelette is mostly cooked. About 4-6 minutes.
Add the omelette ingredients + fold
Add of all of goat cheese, prosciutto, and roasted red pepper. Carefully fold over one side over the omelette over the ingredients and cook for an additional 1-2 minutes or until the goat cheese is melted.
Top + Enjoy
Carefully lift the pan and carefully slide the omelette on to a plate and top it with additional ingredients .
Top Tips for the Perfect Omelette
The best skillet for an omelette is a nonstick in good condition.
Low heat is really key when cooking an omelette and helps to prevent any browning.
Don’t overcook your eggs. Avoid rubbery eggs, people.
Can I make a vegan omelette?
Surprisingly, yes! You can use a product called JUST eggs. We haven’t tried it, but we’ve herd its is pretty good. Feel free to omit cheese if you are trying to make a vegan recipe.
What are good fillings for omelettes?
Omelettes are a unicorn breakfast food because you can add any of your favorite ingredients. Just be sure you chop all of your ingredients into bite sized ingredients.
What is the best pan for making omelettes?
We highly suggest using a non-stick skillet for making omelettes. It makes life a heck of a lot easier.
Store your omelette in an air tight container for up to 3 days.
Goat Cheese Omelette
- 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
- 3 large eggs room temperature
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 1 tablespoon heavy cream
- 1- oz. Prosciutto sliced
- 1 oz. Goat cheese crumbled
- 2 tablespoons roasted red pepper diced
- Place the eggs, salt, and heavy cream in a bowl and whisk until everything is homogenous. Set aside.
- Heat a large skillet over low/medium heat and add the butter.
- Once the butter is melted add the egg mixture. Allow the egg to cook for 20-30 seconds. Using a rubber spatula slowly start pulling the edges to the middle. Gently lift the handle of the skillet to move any of the uncooked egg to the parts of the skillet that are empty. Continue doing this until the omelette is mostly cooked. About 4-6 minutes.
- Next, add the sliced prosciutto, goat cheese crumbles, and roasted red pepper to one side of the omelette. Slowly fold the opposite side over to close the omelette. Cook for 1-2 more minutes, flip and cook for another 1-2 minutes.
- Top with any additional goat cheese and serve immediately.
Tips & Notes
- The best skillet for an omelette is a nonstick in good condition.
- Low heat is really key when cooking an omelette and helps to prevent any browning.