Frittata OR Omelet?

May 21, 2011 at 8:41 am Leave a comment

ever since i watched harrison Ford prepare that Frittata on “morning glory” movie i was tempted to go into my kitchen and cook a nice oven baked Frittata.

but first i had a question in my mind, what is the difference between an Omelet and a frittata? the answer is very simple! an omelet is basically cooked egg mixture folded around the chosen stuffing, while the Frittata you end up mixing everything all at once!

so are you an omelet or frittata person?

I woke up this morning and said: “today is a good day to prepare a fancy breakfast” ^____^ yes it’s time for that Frittata!

so i opened the fridge, and found the ingredients i am looking for, simply:

1. shred or slice the veggies you would like to mix with the eggs. i went for red and green bell peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, tomatoes, and slice cheddar cheese.

2. mix some eggs in a bowl (i used 4 small eggs) and season with salt and pepper.

3. brush the baking dish with butter or oil, i used olive oil to give it some taste.

4. I slightly fried the mushrooms and zucchini to soften the veggies, no oil used, and added a hint of oregano.

5. pour the egg mixture into the dish along with all the veggies, top it up with cheese, and bake in med temp oven till eggs completely dry. (around 15 to 20 min)

6. enjooooooooooooy every bite ❤


Entry filed under: simply food.

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