Friday, July 25, 2014

Making a Fritatta - for my kids . . . .on Friday!

So for my out of town kiddo that wants to cook . . . here is a simple thing you can do - that most always turns out great. Vary what you put in it. If you do not have cast iron then use a casserole and just bake it from the start. Good luck and enjoy!
Cast Iron works best because it can safely go in the oven too, saute up whatever veggies you want to put in it.

This is like 6 eggs but the amount can vary on how many people are eating it. I did not use any milk but you can.  I did use some salt and generous pepper. Pour the egg over the filling. ( could add cheese here)  Besides veggies and meat you can put in rice or other as well. Pretty much any thing goes. Heat it on the stovetop until the edges set.

Put into the oven 400 degrees for 10-20 minutes until you can see that the whole thing is set.

Cut, serve and enjoy!!! Two will never be the same most likely.  Leftover Fritatta - is also good warmed up .


Nellie said...

This sounds great! Thanks for the idea!

Quiltin' Mama said...

You are welcome!
Its a good summer thing with lots of veggies around but really works any time of year.