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Apple Pie Omelet
Source: Created this years ago when my children were little and loved apple pie with cheese. (Entered by Donna Mohr)
Most everyone loves this omelet—particularly good for a weekend brunch. Using apples, eggs, and cheese from our CSA, I whip this up quickly and add some muffins, yogurt topped with granola, and some coffee/tea/mimosas.
Ingredients for one omelet: 2 eggs, 1 small/medium apple, about 2 T grated cheddar cheese, cinnamon, salt, butter/oil. Optional: allspice & cardamom.
Directions: Core & chop apple (I prefer Northern Spy or Topaz) and cook in a mixture of butter & oil (about 1 t. each). Sprinkle liberally with cinnamon and, if you like, some allspice & cardamom. Stir periodically so apples don’t stick or burn. Meantime, grate cheese and beat two eggs. Add a little salt to the eggs and prepare as you would any omelet (preferably in a non-stick fry pay. When omelet is almost ready, add cooked apple & cheese. As cheese starts to melt, fold omelet and serve.
Serves: Recipe serves one, but you can use a large pan and cook 6 apples--use a dozen eggs, etc.
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