The Frittata: a Simple Taste of Italian Elegance

frittata recipe
When it comes to cooking something which both tastes good and is quick and easy to make, you should try a Frittata! This little Italian dish uses minimal ingredients for maximum flavour, and allows for lots of variations within the recipe.

Perhaps one of the simplest recipes ever, the Frittata dish combines a sophisticated appearance of high end dining with traditional homemade food. So if you’re looking for elegance minus the effort, check out the deliciously, easy menu below:

Prep time: 10 min

Ingredients

1 tablespoon of olive oil
2-3 sliced mushrooms
1 tomato, deseeded and flesh chopped
2-3 eggs, beaten, depending on appetite
Salt and pepper

Method

1 Preheat the grill.

2 In a small frying pan, heat the oil.

3 Add the mushrooms and soften gently.

4 Add the tomato, stir once and then add the eggs. Season.

5 Make sure that the egg liquid is evenly distributed around the pan.

6 Cook for a few minutes until the eggs are setting.

7 Finish cooking the eggs under the grill. The frittata will look brown and puffy when cooked.

Author: Group Features Editor

James is the Group Features Editor for Agenda Daily managing the business, entertainment, lifestyle, technology and travel sections. After completing a degree in law, he decided that writing was his first love and has been a journalist for over three years working in magazines, TV, radio and online.

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  • Julia122

    I always found the Frittata dish to be similar to the Tapa or French quiche (without the crust) but agree that it’s a really tasty dish!

  • angela homes

    i have just tried this dish,it has a great combination of flavours,makes a great lunch time meal with salad, .

  • elaine parker

    my mum used to make this dish for us when we were young,,i made it today, and it tasted just as good as i had done then,brought back happy nmemories..

  • dee14

    there is another dish which is quite simular also very tasty cant remember the name though,could someone enlighten me …

    dee14

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  • Les Baldwin

    Whats with the green unmentioned ingredients?

    • Clifton Foster

      COULD BE SPINACH, OR BROCCOLI…….EITHER ONE IS GREAT
      ADD SOME SWISS CHEESE TOO

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