Pony Party: Frittata

A drive-by pony party tonight, I’m afraid: I can get the “new” computer next week, but for now this thing is going to overheat in about half an hour.  So I’m reposting from elsewhere with apologies.

I went to my friend’s pub today…and thought about their food.

And decided to make my own.  

                            Florentijnse frittata Pictures, Images and Photos

So here’s the deal:

Cook a box of frozen spinach.

Drain well.

Grate some Gruyere.

Warm up some eggs (4-6 extra-large) and have them ready.

This is going to be a no-crust version, so I will have a skillet ready.  That skillet is already cooking some bacon, yum.

I am going to mix the crumbled bacon, the spinach, the eggs (after they have been whipped up) and the cheese, and add the mixture back into the cast-iron skillet, start cooking the mixture on the stove, and finish it in the oven.  I might add a layer of Gruyere on top…if I have enough Gruyere.

There’s some leftover milk to mix into the recipe…and I have some nutmeg to freshly grate into it all.

Then I will pop the skillet back into a low oven until the omelet is done.

This would be great if served with a salad or soup…It will be dinner for me.

Again, apologies for not doing something new.  I’m hoping to chill the apartment enough in time to post this so that I can stick around for your comments.  Meanwhile, please feel free to leave your own favorite recipes in the comments.

3 comments

  1. entirely too comfy…which means my computer is going to crash.

    Please leave your own recipes/thoughts in the comments section.  I hope by next week I’ll be able to hang out longer without worrying about computer crashes.

    • TMC on February 25, 2010 at 2:33 am

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