November 07, 2013
Posted By: Shaunescy
Recently, Bozemama wrote about Taking a Cooking Class With Your Teen , where she and her daughter went to Olivelle. They learned about making a number of tasty dishes with quality ingredients. One was a, "Mexican Frittata using all kinds of savory herbs, roasted red peppers and another awesome olive oil – this one infused with Vera Cruz chili."
And wow! That sounds amazing. I thought that I would write up the basics of making a Fritatta and then you can modify it as you like. It is so easy and it looks fancy. I love to whip one of these together when we have family visiting or if I can't come up with any other ideas for dinner.
You will need a omelette pan. Cooking oil of your choice, eggs, veggies, perhaps some cheese and herbs, a little flour and a little baking powder.
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
- Put enough oil in to coat the pan. Turn to Medium High heat. Chop up a potato or two, add in some onion or garlic and saute until the onions look glassy or the potatoes are almost cooked through.
- While the pan is on the stove, get a large bowl. Crack in 5 or 6 eggs and beat them with a whisk or a fork. Stir in a Tablespoon of flour, a pinch of baking powder and a sprinkle of salt. Cut some small cubes of cheese if you'd like and stir into the egg mixture.
- If you are using herbs or spinach, chop them up and add them to your saute pan for just a quick minute. Then pour your egg mixture into the pan. Place in the oven for about 20 minutes.
And that is really all there is to it. Enjoy!
All my best, BunnyFufu ~ The Housewife