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Fully loaded breakfast recipe calls for entire block of brie
Thanks to this recipe my whole family finally agrees on something. The tastiest omelets have a block of cheese in them.
Jessica Adler
01.03.22

Let’s be honest. Figuring out what to eat for breakfast can be quite a pain.

It’s one of the most important meals of the day, the recipes for it are nearly endless, and most of them are pretty good.

So, picking a single one to go with can be a daunting task, until now, that is. You see, the key to choosing a great breakfast is to aim for the most delicious.

This recipe makes that pretty darn easy.

Introducing the brie block omelet.

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This can be your lunch, dinner, or just a simple treat for the day. It appears to be a regular omelet at first glance.

Eggs, vegetables, and perhaps some potatoes to make it more special, and that’s all there is to it. Or, is it?

A key ingredient that dazzles

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Take a look at this omelet. Does it look like the one you’ve had a million times before?

We’ll guarantee you that this omelet has a secret hidden in its “core” that will warm your heart!

This recipe is inspired by Scrumdiddlyumptious.

They provide the best recipes and cooking hacks that you can easily recreate at home!

“Cheese lovers will rejoice when biting into this hearty dish that’s sure to melt your heart!” – Scrumdiddlyumptious

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You’ll love this omelet stuffed with an ooey, gooey surprise! To make this terrific recipe, you’ll need to prepare the following, so keep on reading.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 10 eggs
  • salt
  • pepper
  • freshly chopped parsley
  • oil for frying
  • 1⅓ pounds of potatoes
  • 2 small onions
  • 1 wheel of soft cheese

Step one:

Chop the parsley and onions into small pieces, and dice the potatoes.

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Step two:

In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs with parsley, salt, and pepper.

Set aside, once the right mixture has been achieved.

Step three:

Put some oil in a pan, pour in the diced potatoes and chopped onions.

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Fry until the potatoes are crispy and golden brown in color.

Step four:

In the egg mixture, add the fried potatoes and onions.

Mix until the potatoes and onions are evenly distributed throughout the egg mixture.

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Step five:

Heat some oil in a pan and pour in 1/3 of the egg and potato mixture.

Cook until it sets then place the cheese in the middle of the pan.

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Step six:

Pour in the remaining mixture, make sure the wheel of cheese stays in the center.

Cook over medium heat until it’s completely solid.

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Step seven:

After that, flip the omelet over and cook the other side until golden brown.

Tip: When flipping, it’s best to use a plate.

Step eight:

Finally, take the dish out of the pan and place it on a plate to serve.

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Enjoy and prepare to WOW your family and friends with the omelet’s melting heart.

With over 1.2 million views, the recipe has gone viral, and it has garnered more than 150 comments praising how simple and delicious it appears to be.

“Yum! Looks great. Not something you should eat everyday for breakfast, but for special occasions or a brunch… perfect 👌” said one comment.

There’s also a bonus recipe.

The second recipe contains eggs as well, but it is baked and uses the potatoes as a “crust” rather than incorporating them into the batter.

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Get the full details to both these delicious recipes in the video below!

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By Jessica Adler
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Jessica Adler is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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