A frittata is great for a quick Paleo-friendly dinner or weekend brunch. It's such an easy way to use up left overs if they are available. I like to add some extra green salad leaves to the plate and sprinkle fresh parsley on top from the garden.
It is a very forgiving recipe and every time I make it there is a variation, depending on the number of people to feed, and how many eggs I have, and what sort of leftovers there are in the fridge. Free range organic bacon is a nice addition if it is available, chopped and sautéed in the pan before the veggies.
Serves 2-4 Time it takes: 20 minutes
2 cups left over cooked vegetables
Pinch of sea salt and a sprinkle of pepper
Baby spinach leaves - about 2 large handfuls
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
5-8 large free range organic eggs
50 g feta cheese - this is optional but delicious, your choice
1. Preheat your oven grill.
2. Heat the leftovers (bite-sized pieces) in a 20 cm frying pan in a little butter
3. Throw in the spinach leaves and remove from the heat.
4. Arrange the vegetables evenly in the pan
5. Pour over the beaten eggs and mix through the vegetables gently.
6. Place back over gentle heat until the egg is setting, the bottom is golden and just the top is still moist.
7. Add feta then pop under the grill until set and golden on top.
8. Protect the pan handle if you need to with a damp cloth (make sure it doesn't burn!)
9. Serve warm with salad and enjoy!