Hot, savory and full or aroma, that's literally an omelette on steroids that smashes my hunger during dark, cold autumn days :-) It's also extremely easy and pretty fast to cook!
Ingredients for 4 portions
- 8x Egg (400g)
- Salami: 120g
- 1x Red pepper (190g)
- 4x Spring onion (scallion) (70g)
- Grated emmental cheese: 75g
- Rapeseed oil: ½ spoons (8g)
- Salt: 1 teaspoon (5g)
- Black pepper: 1 teaspoon (5g)
- Garlic powder: 1 teaspoon (5g)
Step #1: Utensils
You will need a full-metal frying pan or a low pot that you can bake in.
Step #2: Prepare ingredients
Pour eggs into a bowl and beat lightly with salt, black pepper, garlic powder and ⅔ of grated emental cheese (50g).
Slice and dice salami, red pepper, and spring onions into bite-sized pieces.
Preheat the oven to 180°C.
Step #3: Fry the salami (4 minutes)
Heat up the rapeseed oil on the pan and start stir-frying salami chunks on a high heat until browned.
Step #4: Fry the red pepper (3 minutes)
Add red pepper to the pan and continue stir-frying until pieces get softer.
Step #5: Sweat spring onions (1 minute)
Quickly toss spring onions onto the pan and let them sweat for up to 30 seconds, so they soften a little. Don't overcook them!
Step #6: Fry the eggs (5 minutes)
Pour eggs mixture onto the pan and shake gently to allow eggs to sink between the ingredients.
Fry on a medium-high heat for 4-5 minutes, until the bottom is set.
Step #7: Bake the frittata (5 minutes)
Sprinkle rest (25g) of the grated emmental cheese over the frittata and place the pan on the highest rack just below the top heating element (electrical oven) or on the middle rack (gas oven).
Bake for 5 minutes until the top is golden brown and the middle is set and cooked-through (check with a wooden stick or a fork), and add 1-2 minutes between checks in case it's uncooked.
Serve immediately after baking!
Nutritional value of 1 portion (219g of 878g total)
168.75 in 100g
11.58 in 100g
3.38 in 100g
1.43 in 100g
12.27 in 100g
Saturated fat (g)
4.67 in 100g
0.56 in 100g
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