Recipe by Esmee Williams
"A delicious omelet made with Dungeness crab, mushrooms, and Swiss cheese."
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sliced fresh mushrooms
shredded Swiss cheese
I found that the yolk separated from the whites during cooking, so that they started to cook at the bottom of the pan with the whites remaining raw at the top. Oh well, I turned often so it wasn't omelet looking, more like chunky scrambled eggs. But the flavor was delicious; substituted shrimp for the crab and added avocado.
I added green onions and casa dressing on top. The end result was good.
Really nice and simple recipe, although I found I had to half the cheese and added more crab meat and mushrooms. I also added some barbecue seasoning and and all purpose seasoning as I felt it was missing something...I was right!!
Would definitely make it again.
pretty good, but it needs something.
As a huge fan and very frequent recepient of loads of Dungeness crab. Fresh, i.e., swimming that morning and cooked the same evening. This omelete is probably the best one I have ever had!.
I sometimes sustitute "Rumiono" brand sharp white cheese and/or an English Stilson. This is a local cheese manufacturer and willbe difficult, although not impossible for you
Easterners" to obtain. Everyone knows that Northern California cheese is second to none and , hence, the difficulty to obtain.
I worse comes to worse and you can not get it, emeil me and I will ask the owner to oblige you.
Very good! I've made this several times now - I used various different cheeses and generally add green onions.
This was pretty good, I skipped the mushroom just because I didn't have any (very unlike me) but the omelet was good, thought it lacked a little seasoning, and this is from someone who doesn't season a whole lot.
The omelete itself was delicious: nice & fluffy, like a souffled omelte should be, but we all found the crab to be too fishy for an omelet filling. Just the mushroom & Swiss would have been much better.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Crab and Swiss Omelet
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 509
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