How to Make Crab Omelette at Home

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Omelet is such a form of an egg that is loved by everyone who eats an egg. I cannot think of my breakfast without an egg. Egg has such rich properties like proteins, which makes you full for long hours and provides you with minerals and vitamins. Eggs also make a great brunch; like what else can you think of your Sunday brunch if not an egg? They are not only delicious but power-packed also. The most consumed version of egg is in the form of an omelette.

So why not we look for omelette recipe today but with something more unique. You will be amazed to see the recipe I am going to share with you. It’s a Crab omelet. Some different, right? Crab and egg make a good combination together. Rest, you will get to know once you taste it. So let me provide you with the recipe.

Ingredients for Crab Omelette

Olive Oil2 tablespoons
Potato (diced and peeled)1 small
Onion (chopped)1
Garlic (minced)2 cloves
Crab meat (flaked)¼ pound
Salt and PepperTo taste
Tomato (diced)1 small
Raisins1 box
Red Bell Pepper1
Beaten Eggs3
Peas¼ cup

You must be eager to taste it. These ingredients are easy to find in any supermarket near you. So don’t delay much and get started but before that have a note of time taken to prepare the omelette.

How Much Time Will It Take?

Preparation Time Cooking TimeTotal Time
15 minutes20 minutes35 minutes

As easy as an egg omelet, this crab omelet also does not require much time. It is a simple and easy recipe to try. Look into the ingredients and get going.

Crab Omelette Recipe

Crab Omelette
  1. Take a skillet and heat some oil in it over medium flame. In this fry potatoes till they turn soft. It may take 5-6 minutes. Keep them aside. Now, in the same skillet, cook onions and garlic in the leftover oil for 5 minutes.
  2. In the cooked garlic and onion, add crab meat and cook it for 2 minutes with salt and pepper. 
  3. Now, add tomatoes, raisins, bell pepper and peas to the mixture and cook a few minutes more.
  4. Lastly, pour the egg mixture into the skillet and cook for about 3 minutes, flipping on each side.
  5. Serve the omelet with fried potatoes on the side.

The crab omelet is not tricky to prepare at all. It involves an easy process. Just cook up every ingredient and add eggs to it. And your omelet is ready.

Nutritional Breakdown of Crab Omelette

Eggs and Crabs are very good for our health. So to check the nutritional breakdown of this Crab Omelette, you can check the table I’ve mentioned below.


How to Mae Crab Crab Omelette at Home | Video

If you prefer step-by-step instructions for the Crab Omelette recipe, then watch the video I have added to make it easier for use.

Video by everydaygourmettv

Can’t wait to begin with the recipe? Try it and share your reviews in the comment section. Just in case you have any queries related to the recipe, you can ask your questions in the comment section. If you liked this recipe, do share it with your family and friends. Bon Appetite!

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