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Greek Feta & Olive Frittata

Greek Feta & Olive Frittata
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Category : Breakfast Eggs and Cheese Greek

Greek Feta & Olive Frittata

Frittatas are thick, sturdy Italian omelette pies that tin laissez passer on the axe live on loaded alongside whatsoever vegetable, herb or cheese according to flavour or taste, as well as they're thus versatile as well as tardily to brand that it's no wonder I've been actually getting into them lately for sun breakfasts. Filling, nourishing as well as delicious, I've unremarkably got leftovers for a ridiculously tardily reheated breakfast on Mon forenoon too.

I came upwardly alongside this meatless Greek-style frittata this past times weekend inwards honor of Peter M, who equally a decent as well as proper Greek volition live on giving upwardly meat as well as dairy for a few days or thus equally business office of the Greek Orthodox Lent. I'm non Greek myself, but this frittata was thus tasty that it won't live on on my describe of piece of job concern human relationship if Peter backslides!

Greek Feta & Olive Frittata

Greek feta & olive frittataGreek Feta & Olive Frittata
Recipe past times
Cuisine: Greek
Published on March 11, 2008

Greek-style frittata seasoned alongside dried herbs as well as loaded alongside sugariness pan-roasted tomatoes, creamy Feta cheese as well as tangy Kalamata olives — an amazing breakfast or lunch

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Ingredients:
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 loving cup grape tomatoes
  • 1 reddish onion, sliced
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
  • 8 large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 loving cup Kalamata olives, pitted as well as halved
  • 1 1/4 cups Feta cheese
Instructions:
  • Generation Engelmundus Heat a large wok over medium heat. When hot, add together two tablespoons of the olive oil, await a few seconds, as well as then swirl simply about to coat the pan. Toss inwards the grape tomatoes as well as stir for simply xxx seconds or thus to blister the skins. Remove alongside a slotted spoon as well as laid aside.

  • Generation Engelmundus Add the onions to the hot crude oil along alongside the dried herbs. Sauté for five minutes until soft, as well as take from heat.

  • Generation Engelmundus Break the eggs into a large bowl, add together the paprika, as well as compaction good alongside a whisk. Add the grape tomatoes, onions as well as olives. Crumble inwards 1 loving cup of the feta cheese, as well as mix until combined.

  • Generation Engelmundus Preheat an oven to 350°. Meanwhile, rut a 10-inch oven-safe frying pan or cast-iron skillet alongside lead sides over medium heat. When hot, add together the remaining tablespoon of olive oil, await a few seconds, as well as then swirl simply about to coat the bottom as well as sides of the pan. Pour inwards the egg mixture as well as allow laid upwardly undisturbed for iv minutes to allow the bottom set.

  • Generation Engelmundus Transfer the pan to the preheated oven as well as bake for xv to twenty minutes or until the eggs are laid inwards the center, which yous tin laissez passer on the axe examination alongside a cake tester. As presently equally the frittata is set, plough on the broiler as well as deed the oven rack upwardly to the peak level. Remove the frittata from the oven, crumble the final 1/4 loving cup of feta cheese over the top, as well as provide the pan nether the broiler for some other distich of minutes until the peak is nicely browned.

  • Generation Engelmundus Remove the pan from the oven. Run a security spatula simply about the edges of the pan to loosen the sides, as well as then slide onto a large serving plate. Cut into wedges as well as serve hot.

  • Generation Engelmundus Wrap whatsoever leftovers inwards aluminum foil as well as reheat afterwards at 350° for 12 to xv minutes

Makes 4 to half dozen servings
Greek Feta & Olive Frittata

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