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Ramp and Smoked Salmon Omelette with Goat-Milk Yogurt

May 11, 2011
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  • Serves 2 (can easily be multiplied)
Author Notes

This recipe came about as a simple preparation for fresh ramps. Forget about sautéing them. Here, the salty-garlicky, smokey-tangy flavors complement each other in a quick but satisfying preparation. Tart yogurt contrasts with the sweet strength of ramps, while the saline salmon binds it all together, heightening the mix of flavors. Serve with crusty buttered sourdough and sliced cucumbers dressed with white wine-vinegar, oil and dill, and you've got the best of all possible worlds. —creamtea

What You'll Need
  • 4 large eggs
  • 2 teaspoons butter, or a slick of olive oil
  • 4 thinnish slices of smoked salmon, Scottish preferred
  • 3-4 ramps, finely sliced crosswise, both bulb and green parts. If they are large, 1 or 2 should be sufficient.
  • 1/3 cup goat's milk yogurt as garnish (more or less, according to taste)
  1. With a fork, remove salmon slices individually from package, twirling to wrap the slice around the tines into rolls to facilitate slicing. Slice rolls crosswise into thick ribbons.
  2. Beat eggs with a splash or two of water until foamy.
  3. Heat a small non-stick pan over a low to medium flame and when it is hot, add a nubbin of butter, or, if you prefer, a slick of butter. Slick or nubbin, it should be about 2 teaspoons or up to a tablespoon of fat.
  4. Reduce flame to low setting. When warm (and foamy, if using butter), add egg mixture. Allow edges to set, then lift edges of egg slightly while tilting pan to allow uncooked runny parts to flow underneath.
  5. When most of egg is set but top is still soft and a little runny, add salmon and sliced ramps. Turn off heat, allow to set for a few seconds, then fold over and plate omelet.
  6. Garnish with a dollop of yogurt, and serve. Add pepper to taste, and a touch of salt if desired (you may not need it).

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9 Reviews

Devangi R. April 26, 2012
Lovely omelet!
creamtea April 27, 2012
Thank you PistachioDoughnut. Yummy contest all around!
fiveandspice April 24, 2012
Yum! So springy! I've been completely obsessed with goat's milk yogurt lately. I love it.
creamtea April 24, 2012
Me + goat's milk yogurt = substance abuse.
fiveandspice April 24, 2012
Hahahaha! We may need to form a support group.
creamtea April 24, 2012
creamtea April 23, 2012
Thanks sdebrango! My daughter and I have been eating these all week.
creamtea April 23, 2012
so pleased! :)
creamtea April 23, 2012
I like your alteration! Thanks for giving it a try. I'm so happy when someone tries a recipe of mine (and likes it)!