Frittata and salad
Photo by Doug Sherring
A frittata is a kind of baked omelette, or a pie without a pastry case. You can put all sorts of things in them. A medley of vegetables makes a frittata extra tasty
- Roast the potatoes in the oven until just cooked.
- Break 10 whole eggs into a bowl and season well with salt and pepper. Beat these together.
- Arrange the cooked potato chunks and all the other ingredients in a big solid pan or a baking tray. Pour over the egg mix. You could add grated cheese.
- Put into a moderate oven and bake until well set. When cooked, let it rest for a few moments to firm up.