Saturday, June 19, 2010
Farmers' Market Leftover Frittata
2 tbs. EVOO (Extra-virgin olive oil)
1 c. freshly-grated Parmesan cheese (or Pecorino for an edge--so long as it is not some cheese product pre-grated and meant to outlast cockroaches in the event of nuclear war)
1 c. chopped farmers' market veggies or whatever sits at the back of your fridge (here zucchini--but you can use almost anything except beets)
1/4 c. fresh herbs (whatever is outside your window--for us it was basil)
1. Preheat oven 400º. Heat skillet with EVOO on med-high.
2. Beat eggs in large bowl. Add a 1/2 tsp. or so of salt/pepper. Stir in cheese, veggies, & fresh herbs.
3. Pour in skillet. Immediately reduce heat to low. Cook 10-15 mins. (until bottom firms up nicely).
4. Put skillet in oven for @ 10 mins. When top is done, take out and sprinkle with extra cheese if you wish.
Serve hot or room temp. for breakfast, lunch, dinner (depending on what you add to the mix). If you make it for supper, you can reheat the leftovers and add a slice of bacon or what-have-you for breakfast.