Frittata

This is another recipe I always just make up as I go along, but here it is written down – I based this on the one in the River Cottage Baby & Toddler cookbook

Ingredients

  • 350g new potatoes
  • 4 organic, free-range medium eggs
  • 2 tbsp oil
  • 75g organic cheese
  • 2 bunches of spring onions, trimmed & sliced.
  • some chopped veg – e.g peas, carrots, sweetcorn

Method

  1. cook the potatoes, allow to cook & slice
  2. cook the veg
  3. beat the eggs
  4. pre-heat the grill
  5. heat the oil in a frying pan. add the spring onions and fry gently for about 5 mins until soft & wilted
  6. add sliced potato and veg & gently fry. Stir to make sure they are spread around the pan evenly
  7. pour in the beaten eggs.  don’t move the egg around, just keep it over a medium heat so it sets
  8. after about 5 mins, the bottom will be set, but the top still wet.
  9. sprinkle the cheese over the top & put the frittata under the grill for 3-5mins until cooked.
  10. let it cook for 10mins before taking out of the pan & slicing.
  11. best served warm or cold – not hot.

Verdict?

DD1 loved it 🙂

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Vegetarian. One husband, Two cats, Three kids.

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2 comments on “Frittata
  1. […] was Ginger & Lentil Stew, and for tea we had asparagus & frittata. Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestMoreLike this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  2. […] pan is too big & heavy for me to attempt it, so I just popped it under the grill like I do for frittata.  Perhaps I’ll try it the “proper” way next […]

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