Monday, September 29, 2008

Frittatas

I saw these great frittatas in Stephanie's Kitchen, and I wanted to reach in and grab one! It all sounded so simple, and I made a veggie version for breakfast this morning. They are delicious and simple and fun for kids too.


Mini Frittatas

4 eggs
3/4 cup grated Parmigiano Reggiano or Cheese of your choice
2 tbsp Milk
2 tbsp Mushrooms, chopped
2 tbsp Cilantro, chopped
Salt and Pepper, to taste

Beat the eggs well. Add the remaining ingredients and mix to combine.

Pour into greased mini muffin pans. Bake for 10-15 minutes at 180 deg C.

Thanks, Stephanie, for a great recipe!

20 comments:

Raaga said...

I made tarts on Saturday that were similar to this... but I have to have to try these! They look super cute. We have a party at our place in 2 weeks time... this is perfect.

Happy cook said...

It looks delicious too.

Divya Vikram said...

Sounds simple with few ingredients..

raaji said...

this looks quite simple with very few ingredients.....nice recipe

Lisa said...

I must try these. Simple but delicious. You just can't go wrong with eggs and cheese.

Bharti said...

I don't eat eggs, but they look oh so cute!

Arundathi said...

Raaga - I'm sure you'll love them!

Happy cook, Divya Vikram, Raaji - Thanks. Yes - very few ingredients.

Lisa - Yup - eggs and cheese are a match made in heaven! :)

Bharti - Hmm - you really are missing out! :) But I guess thats what people tell me about bacon!

Sunshinemom said...

I saw a nice vegan version too! usually I end up not having one or the other ingredient!! These look cute!

mitr_bayarea said...

Frittas look so good, I don't eat eggs as such, but, this sure looks like one great recipe.

Aparna said...

I love these muffin cup frittatas. They're so eye-catching. Great serving idea too.

Indranee said...

Lovely frittatas...good for anytime and anyone!

Ranjani said...

so cute! I make mine in mini muffin pans too! It's easy clean up, they just slide right out:)

Swati Raman Garg said...

hey anu me getting an over very soon... :) and then i can try ur goodies...this look super cute...

Arundathi said...

Sunshinemom - a vegan would be interesting

Mitr_bayarea - yes its a simple recipe

Aparna - Yes, it makes perfect sized food!

Indranee - Thanks.

Ranjani - Yup - that was the best part!

Swati - Oh i'm glad you are finally getting one!

bee said...

adorable :D

Jude said...

Looks cute. I'll try it with regular sized muffin pans so I can have a quick breakfast in the morning every day.

Cynthia said...

I like the idea of individual frittata tarts.

Raaga said...

Did I tell you that Currimbhoys didn't have the non stick mufifn pan when I went... and I haven't seen them anywhere since...:(

Arundathi said...

Bee - Thanks :)

Jude - I'm sure it'll work well.

Cynthia - Yup - great idea

Raaga - Oh didn't know that - will get it for you next time I'm there...

Raaga said...

Coming up on my blog this evening. Hugs to you Anu... loved this recipe and I'm wondering why it took me so long!