19 August 2016

Recipe | How To Make A Vegetarian Frittata!

Hello!

It's been a while since I did a recipe post and that's mainly down to that in Summer, I don't tend to eat much other than salads and BBQs. And the occasional take-away obviously! I'm not perfect!

I've actually been saving this recipe for a few months now and it's took me this long to actually make it. I found it over on Kirsty's blog Kirsty London and I take no credit for the recipe at all! It just looked too yummy not to make!

Now this is a vegetarian meal but if you are a meat lover like me, then feel free to add some chicken into it just like I did. I also didn't add the mushrooms as I didn't have any in the house. This is basically just a perfect meal for throwing in any veg you left out. No waste here!


INGREDIENTS

6 medium eggs
3 medium sized tomatoes
1 pepper
200g of frozen peas
½ a floret of fresh broccoli
6-7 medium sized mushrooms
60g of cheese (of your choice – I personally went for mature cheddar)
1 clove of garlic

RECIPE 


1. Firstly, I chop up all my ingredients so they’re all ready to go

2. Put boiling water into a saucepan and place a sieve on top so you can steam your peas and broccoli together

3. Add the peas and broccoli to the sieve, cover with a saucepan lid and leave for 3-5 minutes

4. Take a large non-stick frying pan, place on a medium heat and use a small amount of sunflower oil to coat your pan

5. Cut the garlic up into small, thin slices and add to the pan

6. Keep the mushrooms and garlic moving so they don’t burn. Once the mushrooms are soft, add the pepper to the pan

7. Leave the pepper to cook for around 2-3 minutes

8. After 2 – 3 minutes, drain your peas and broccoli and add to the pan with the peppers, mushrooms and garlic

9. Add the tomatoes to the mix as well

10. Mix together well and leave for a further 2 minutes so all ingredients are cooked and hot

11. Whilst you’re waiting, crack 6 eggs into a bowl and mix together (you can add a splash of milk to this mix if you like)

12. Season with salt and pepper

13. You’re going to have a lot of veg in the pan and it’s going to be very hot, so the eggs will start to cook straight away. Instead of moving the veg around to mix with the eggs like you would with an omelette, just pour the egg mixture all over the vegetables as evenly as possible

14. Leave in the pan for around 4-5 minutes or until you can carefully lift up the frittata and see that the underside is cooked. Once the underside is cook, place the entire pan under a grill to cook the top side and leave until golden brown

15. Add cheese and melt under the grill for a few more seconds

You're welcome!

frittata

I stupidly forgot to take a picture when I made mine so this picture is from Pinterest!
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6 comments:

  1. Oh my now that looks delicious thanks for sharing

    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

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  2. this looks yum! I like meat but i find veggie dishes just as yum, if not more! Will have to try this!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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    1. Definitely :) You can easily add some chicken to this if you missed the meat but it's nice as a veggie option as well! :) xo

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  3. This looks soo good :) x

    http://pyrramidblog.blogspot.co.uk/

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