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Monday, November 17, 2008


This is a long time coming, I was asked about a more detailed description last week.

Basic Frittata:

Salt & Pepper
Fat of some sort (butter, olive oil, bacon fat, whatever you have/like)
Vegetables, whatever you have
Meat (like bacon, ham, chicken), optional

I made a potato, onion and pepper frittata with feta cheese last week. I used 16 eggs, about a cup of milk, some thyme and a little salt and pepper. Whisked it all up. In the pan, I heated up some olive oil and cooked the potatoes, then added a chopped onion, and some pepper strips and cooked them until they were soft. I poured in the egg mixture, crumbled some feta all over the pan, pulled the edges of egg down as it cooked a little, then let it sit on med-low until the egg set up a little. I put the pan under the broiler for about 10 minutes to finish cooking and to brown the top. Then I grated a bunch of parmesan over the top. Cut into wedges, serve with salad. Yummy!

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That sounds delicious! My Dad would always make frittata - we thought he was SO cool!

Thanks for your comment on my blog. I updated my post because I didn't include the fact that we ended up having the treat for our dinner instead. So things turned out pretty well for the kids :)

Hope you are having a great day,
That sounds soooo delicious. I need to find out if my frying pan can go in the oven. If not, I need a new frying pan.

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