Omelette with Tomatoes, Basil and Cheese – Recipe with Video Instructions

Omelette with Tomatoes, Basil and Cheese - Recipe with Video Instructions

Hi, I am a German Chef and Food Photographer. The imparting of cooking knowledge is my great passion. Everyone can cook for himself and with this website I would like to contribute to its success. Cooking questions I answer you gladly at the end of the articles. Have fun and good luck!

My recipe Italian Omelette with Tomatoes, cheese and basil I show you in this post.

I like to prepare a delicious omelette with tomatoes for breakfast or brunch. I like the fragrant basil in combination with tomatoes very much.

This omelette with tomatoes, basil and cheese tastes especially delicious, I promise!

Experience the simplest omelette preparation that always succeeds. The cooking video accompanies you step by step through the omelette preparation process.

Good luck!

1. Omelette with Tomatoes

I like to use cocktail tomatoes myself. You can also prepare tomato dices and use these for the omelette. Cut the tomatoes into quarters, season the tomatoes with salt, pepper and some brown sugar, pour some olive oil over the tomatoes and let them mature for about 10 minutes.

Sauté the prepared tomatoes briefly in a pan, lightly caramelise them – this is pure, ingenious taste!

When your tomatoes are ready, you can take care of the cheese and basil. Alternatively, you can prepare the omelette as shown in the video. It goes even faster and tastes fantastic!

Omelette with tomatoes and basil freshly prepared and nicely decorated. Food picture (c) Thomas Sixt.

2. Omelette with Cheese

The trick with an omelette with cheese is to add the cheese straight to the egg. The cheese in the omelette then melts, the cheese on the outside brownens to the most delicious and tastes wonderful. In general, grated cheese melts faster, which is very important for omelette preparation. Please grate the cheese as finely as possible. I like to use Edam, Emmentaler, mountain cheese, Parmesan or Pecorino for my cheese omelette.

The Edam, Emmental, mountain, Parmesan or Pecorino cheeses are ideal for the cheese omelette!

3. Omelette with Herbs

In this recipe I use fresh basil. You can also use fresh parsley, chives, lovage (Maggikraut) or thyme. Frozen herbs or herb blends are just as suitable and save you additional time. You can use dried or frozen herbs if you don’t have anything fresh to hand. Use dried herbs sparingly, they develop a strong taste.

Fresh herbs, frozen herbs or dried herbs from the spice rack give your omelette a grandiose taste!

In the cooking video I show you a simple preparation variant for the omelette. Use a coated pan for the preparation of the omelette, then the omelette will succeed safely. I wish you every success, if you have any questions, please use the comment function at the bottom of the page…

4. Recipe Italian Omelette

You will find my delicious recipe for omelette below with nutrition information.

Omelette with Tomatoes, Cheese and Basil

Delicious Italian Style omelette with tomatoes, basil and cheese. Tested recipe by professional chef Thomas Sixt.

Servings 2 Persons
Calories 254
Total Time 15 Min.
Delicious omelette with tomatoes, basil and cheese. Recipe with cooking video instructions. get all infos for a delicous easy omelette here!

Rate Now!

5.00 from 289 ratings

Omelette with Tomatoes, Basil and Cheese - Recipe with Video Instructions

Preparation Time

5 Min.

Cook Time

10 Min.


8 pc cocktail tomatoes
1/2 pc onion (or 1 shalott)
1 tbs oliv oil
1/4 bunch basil
30 g Pecorino
4 pc egg
1 pinch Salt
1 pinch Pepper


Wash the tomatoes, cut into quarters. If necessary, cut out the style.

Heat the omelette pan at medium temperature.

Cut the onion or shallot into fine cubes and add to the pan with the prepared tomatoes.

Add some olive oil. Sweat tomatoes and onions gently until glassy. Add a pinch of sugar to caramelise.

Beat the eggs in a bowl, add the finely chopped basil and grate the cheese.

Season the eggs with salt and pepper and mix with a fork.

Pour the eggs into the pan, stir at the beginning, then let the egg falter and slide it to one side in the shape of a crescent.

Turn the omelette once skilfully, continue cooking briefly, season again with salt and pepper, then arrange on warm plates.

Preparation tip: If the omelette breaks when you turn it over, it is not a broken leg. Simply push the egg together again, finish cooking and arrange. The more “healthy” vegetables you add, the more unstable the shape of the omelette becomes.


5. Calories Omelette with Tomatoes, Cheese and Basil

6. More Ideas

Comments, Cooking Questions and Answers

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.