Open Smoked Salmon Omelette

Open-Faced Smoked Salmon Omelette With Feta Cheese & Avocado

Sometimes, the tastiest food is the easiest to make, which is exactly the case with this open-faced smoked salmon omelette. This little breakfast (or brunch!) dish relies on simple, fresh and delicious ingredients. Nothing more, nothing less.

As always, we keep the recipe to seven ingredients and you’ll cook this little beauty in less than 10 minutes. Whip up this tasty smoked salmon omelette for your other half or for the family as a morning treat and they’ll wonder where you learnt those professional chef skills. It really is that easy, and it really does taste that good.


  • Avocado
  • Smoked salmon
  • Red Onion
  • Feta cheese
  • Coriander
  • Eggs
  • Lemon

Simply slice the smoked salmon and red onions, chop the coriander and peel the avocado for your basic prep.

Beat the eggs together and season with salt and pepper.

Open Smoked Salmon Omelette

Pour the eggs into a super hot non-stick frying pan.

Use a spatula to move the eggs around a little, but don’t overwork them. After 30 seconds turn the heat down.

Layer in the smoked salmon.

Open Smoked Salmon Omelette

Add the chopped coriander.

Crumble in a generous amount of feta cheese. By this stage, the heat should be turned off and the eggs pretty much cooked. Immediately remove the pan from the heat.

Chop the avocado into rough chunks and mixed with the red onions, before adding lemon juice.

Open Smoked Salmon Omelette brunch

Gently slide the omelette onto the plate.

Open Smoked Salmon Omelette

Finish by garnishing with the fresh avocado and onions.

Watch your hungry guests’ faces light up as you serve them this open smoked salmon omelette.

Open Smoked Salmon Omelette

Get ready to enjoy pure perfection….

Open Smoked Salmon Omelette

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Niall Harbison
Niall Harbison

Niall is an international entrepreneur who has worked within the tourism and hospitality industries for more than 20 years. He started his career in the kitchen, with a 10-year stint as a private yacht chef cooking for billionaires, including a position as Microsoft's co-founder Paul Allen's personal chef. Niall then moved into the digital media world to become a founder of several lifestyle publications. He continues to write about his core passion: food.

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