Saturday, 10 April 2010

Frittata.....Mood = Left overs

This morning i woke up had a kickboxing session with my husband and a world champion kickboxer names Klaus. After my hour long torture, that i am sure is amazing for me, i needed to eat. I came home, and didnt really find anything in the fridge except food i had made for my darling Shih tzu Sparta. Something was wrong with this picture. I then rummaged and found some parsley, thyme, eggs, milk. There was a light at the end of the tunnel.... I saw some sweet potatoes, and some king edward potatoes and decided that i would make a potato and egg frittata.

I have made this, or something similar to this along time ago and remembered it filled me up and kept me going for quite a while so this was the ideal meal with great ingredients.

I was so tired after this kickboxing session but i knew i had to make something otherwise it would be a disaster. So my dish began its course.........


Ingreadients:

7 eggs
3 rashers bacon
1 Onion sliced
1 sweet potato
2 medium potatoes
A bunch of parsley
2 tomatoes
A few sprigs of thyme
100ml milk
Salt
Pepper
Butter
Vegetable oil
Oven proof frying pan
 

Method:

  • Peel and cube your potatoes.
  • Put them in boiling water and soften them. Make sure you salt the water.
  • Cut the bacon and sautée it with the onion in butter and oil till browned a little.
  • Mix the eggs with the milk, tomatoes, parsley, thyme, salt and pepper.
  • Remove the potatoes from the water and place them into the pan.
  • Add the egg mix and move everything about to combine it all together.
  • Place in the oven for about 15 minutes at 220 degrees.
  • When ready, get a knife to run around the edge to make sure it isn't stuck.
  • Remove and place on a plate and serve. 
  • You can get about 8 slices from this recipe. 

I ate 2. OK 2 and a half. But its good for you.

I hope you enjoy it as much as i did!!!!

If you have any left over, this is great for breakfast ....

9 comments:

Leen said...

I should have tried this! Looks great xx

Joudie's Mood Food said...

I wish you did. If you around tomorrow pass by and you can have some if there is any left....xxxx

arugulove said...

Never thought to put sweet potatoes in something like this...but it looks delicious!

Joudie's Mood Food said...

Hi Arugulove, sweet potato take this to another dimension. It is great. It also makes it a much heartier dish.... It was delicious. I am having it for breakfast as i write.....

Tuty @Scentofspice said...

I love potato frittata and yours is a very nice rendition of my favorite. I bookmark this so that I can look up on the goodies you've put into it.

This is good for a midnight snack too!

Joudie's Mood Food said...

Hi Tuty, this is truely a wonderful dish. You can eat it at anytime. I love it. And also it is so easy to make. Iv bookmarked your blog too. Love it.

tasteofbeirut said...

Thanks for reminding me of the all-purpose and delicious fritatta!

Joudie's Mood Food said...

Its just the best thing. Has everything you want, and you can fill it with anything and it will still taste great. Love frittata.....

Corianda said...

Just wanted to say, as a broke college student, this is an AMAZING recipe. I've been astounding my roommates with it- thanks so much!