Friday, August 5, 2011

one pot frittata

There's a derogatory comment in here about 'simple is as simple does', but, quite frankly, there are a lot of mornings where I need simple. The lovely frittata below was the result of six eggs and one each thinly sliced courgette, red pepper and sweet onion. If you have a silicone whisk you can whip the eggs and fold in your veg in your rice cooker bowl, flip the switch and by the time you get out of the shower your lunch is ready - just needs to be cooled and tossed in a lunch container with some leftover potato salad or frozen broccoli florets. Also an excellent way to have the question of 'What's for dinner?' dealt with while you go do math homework or air out hockey gear or whatever it is your family demands upon arriving at the domicile each evening.

Seriously simple and seriously good. Oh, and that's not a spot of muck on the left front edge of my stove, but a raw spot of metal where I dropped a pressure cooker one magical summer night and banged off the enamel. Ah, good times.

1 comment:

Karen said...

Now that looks very yummy and beautiful at the same time!

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