I know everyone is baking up a storm in their kitchen for the holiday festivities and I’m running behind! I wanted to post one last Thanksgiving related recipe before moving on to the Christmas holidays. Yes, I’m totally irrelevant. Please don’t mock me.
I hope everyone had a wonderful July 4th! Over the holiday weekend, I made breakfast for us. Our normal weekend breakfast usually consists of scrambled eggs, hash browns and Vermont maple sausages. I know, we’re boring! Well, boring no more.
Today’s recipe is inspired from a meal I had a couple of months ago at a pub that Chris and I had brunch at. They had an item called Lamb Ragu with Poached Eggs, which I ordered and it tasted delicious. So I decided to use that idea to make it at home. I took my Beef Empanadas with Olives and Raisins filling and added tomato sauce to it. It was scrumptious! So if you’re trying to cure the breakfast blues, give this dish a try. Have a great weekend!
Last weekend Chris and I joined Kimi and her family for lunch at this tapas place. One of the many delightful dishes we tried was a small plate called Fried Duck Egg, Chorizo Cracklings, Toast. It was such a simple yet tasty dish that I wanted to recreate it at home. I managed to score some duck eggs at my butcher. I’ve been meaning to give duck eggs a try but I just didn’t know how to prepare it or what to expect.
It was a lazy Sunday yesterday. Didn’t do much but cooking and chores, which included ransacking my fridge and tossing anything past its prime and unpleasant. I was going through the fridge and saw some leftover fresh capellini pasta and bell pepper I wanted to use up, and this dish was the perfect place to use them in. The frittata was very filling. The pasta really made it more substantial than your average frittata and it gave it texture! Enjoy this on any lazy day off. Until next time…
I love making frittatas. It’s one of those dishes you can throw in whatever you have on hand. And you can feed as little or as many people as you need. Not only is it versatile, it’s quick and easy to make. Chris and I didn’t have our first meal of the day until almost noon yesterday so this was the perfect brunch to start our day. I served it with some hash browns and a glass of juice. You can also add a side of fruit or salad if you desire.