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  • Recipe Room  »  Last night's roast veg frittata



    • Roast vegies (leftover over from Christmas day or other celebrations)
    • 6 eggs, whisked & seasoned
    • Goat’s or Fetta cheese
    • Ghee (for cooking)
    • Coriander, picked (for garnish)
    • Paprika
    • Salt and Pepper

    Last Night’s Roast Veg Frittata


    Preheat oven to 200 degrees

    Heat a large, non-stick, oven-proof pan & add ghee

    Add vegies and toss to heat through and caramelise

    Pour vegies out into a bowl

    Add eggs to the empty pan and scatter roasted vegies on top

    Top with crumbled cheese and place in the oven until egg puffs up and cheese begins to brown (approx. 3-5 mins)

    Garnish with Coriander, salt flakes, pepper & paprika and serve

    Watch a video of Alice cooking this recipe here.

    Handy Hints

    • Shocking the eggs with heat from the start will mean they stay fluffy and moist through the centre; so be sure to preheat that oven!
    • Be careful removing the pan from the oven, and leave a tea-towel on the handle- many a palm has been burned by a lapse in memory!
    Submitted by
    Alice Zaslavsky

    Tips and Tricks

    • Based on the spices/herbs that you use, this can take on many different international directions! Try adding kecap manis or soy sauce for some Asian flair, or oregano and diced tomatoes for an Italian touch.

    • Anything with egg on it tastes better… so feel free to whack anything languishing in your fridge into your frittata.

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