We had amazing omelets in our life more than once. I know I had it in the morning, evening or lunch with meat or without, mushrooms or herbs, lots of great recipes. One of the best recipes for omelet is the one with chanterelles.
One of the best mushrooms in the world, chanterelles are orange, yellow or white, meaty and funnel-shaped. They are generally described as being rich in flavor, with a distinctive taste and aroma difficult to characterize. Many chefs consider them on the same short list of gourmet fungi as truffles and morels.
- 2 large eggs, beaten until smooth
- 2 tablespoons sour cream
- 1 tablespoon chopped dill
- 1 hand fresh and chanterelles
- Salt and pepper
- 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
- 1 teaspoon butter
Whisk together the eggs and sour cream. Heat the oil and the butter in a small cast iron skillet or a small pan. When the oil is hot, add the chanterelle and cook them until are lightly caramelized and golden, about 2-3 minutes.
Season the chanterelles to taste with salt and pepper.
Add the egg mixture to the pan and let it cook for 30 seconds, stirring occasionally to keep the chanterelles visible and not hidden under egg.
When the egg mixture begins to coagulate, turn the heat off and allow the eggs to set. Finish the omelet with a touch of dill and serve it immediately.
73 thoughts on “Omelet with chanterelles”
That sounds so good!
Now that I’m thinking about it, you don’t flip your omelets?
I must try this, sounds mouthwatering.
Those look really good.
That looks like the perfect omelette! And I like how you added sour cream to the egg mixture. I do that too (:
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Now you’ve made me hungry. So yummy looking. 😊
I shall try this today I think 👍🏼
I would love to buy some chanterelle while we are here in Romania and saw a lot for sale by the side of the road but my wife will not buy them as she doesn’t ‘trust’ them. The same with hrib. I would like to get some, eat some fresh, maybe in your omelet but, now the sun is out and strong, dry some as you advised recently to take back to UK. We will be coming back to Bucovina in the next few days (at the moment in Iasi), passing through Gura Humorului, Campalung, etc.
Do you have any advice to enable us to buy them safely?
Trust your gut. If you are not sure don’t buy it. Better to be safe than sorry. I saw them in the market. If I wouldn’t go foraging I will buy them from the market, but I know very well the mushrooms. I always eat only what I know.
I’m hoping our ‘naș’ will be in Câmpulung then maybe I can go ‘foraging’ with him as he too knows the ‘mushrooms’ very well. He was born and brought up there but now lives in England where he’ s a teacher of mathematics.
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This sounds delicious. I love omelettes for any meal. And, I love, love, love, mushrooms.
Never had chanterelles, so I’m definitely going to check out my grocery store to see if they have them!
Great recipe! Definitely giving it a try! Thanks for sharing!! 😁
That seems like the suitable omelette! And i really like the way you brought bitter cream to the egg combination. I do that too. Thanks a lot. I have some query about skillet and fry pan. We are also providing cook instrument for your kitchen. If you need find out some are info about skillet and make tasty food things by best skillet.
Anything that contains chanterelles is a sure fire winner for me, they truly are the best of the best!
i really like to read any cooking article. i like this one.
you are most welcome dear.
I will try this! Beautiful blog😊
Looks amazing! Can’t wait to give this a try!
This looks delicious! I will be looking for chanterelles to try this!
So yummy looking. I’ll have to bug my husband to try this. I do all the cooking for our family except for omelets. He’s an egg whisperer it seems. Great post!
Sounds yummy enough!
This is quite interesting and delicious too👌
looks so yummy 😋😋
This looks amazing!
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I will try it. Thank you
This looks so tasty!
Sounds so tasty!
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That looks delicious!
Love the look of your site, Must investigate in more detail!
I grew up picking Chanterelles! They are so delicious 🙂
Never any chanterelles in supermarkets here (except at Wholefoods, a 3-hours drive away) here. Neither are porcini (or gooseberries, sour cherries or salsify). Sometimes my stomach is homesick 😦
I am sad too
Probably gonna try it!
This looks so absolutely delicious.
That’s is really amazing
Chanterelles are one of my favorite mushrooms! I gather them in the fall and use them abundantly, then dry the rest for use all winter long. This recipe looks lovely!
This food trend is available in Goa, India. I’ve never cooked. But now inspired by you and must take a try! Thank you for sharing! As I do not share my own made so as it is won’t be shared but I’ll share the result here.
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