Fluffy Greene Frittata

Recipe and photographs by Omri Pollack of the blog Italian Strike

Here’s an idea for a fancy frittata that will save nearly expired eggs as well as vegetables which are not very suitable for a salad.

Ingredients:

* The original recipe required spinach and Mangold, but in fact, you can use any greens, vegetables, and cheeses sitting aimlessly in your refrigerator.

15 gr butter or 15 ml olive oil

4 eggs

2 mangold leaves, coarsely chopped

¼ package spinach leaves, coarsely chopped

30 ml buttermilk

Salt and pepper

Preparation:

Lightly beat eggs in a bowl, add buttermilk, season with salt and pepper and finally put in the Mangold and spinach.

Melt butter or heat olive oil on a medium flame, and pour the mixture into the frying pan.

After 2-3 minutes of frying, lightly shake the frying pan in order to separate the frittata, flip over and fry the other side for 2 more minutes.

Transfer the frittata to a plate, and eat alongside a vegetable salad or bread.

Link to the recipe

Did you give it a try? Hashtag – #lovefoodnotwaste

For more of Omri’s recipes:  https://shvitaitalkit.wordpress.com/

https://www.facebook.com/shvitaitalkit/

Recipe and photographs by Omri Pollack of the blog Italian Strike

Fluffy Greene Frittata

Recipe and photographs by Omri Pollack of the blog Italian Strike

Recipe and photographs by Omri Pollack of the blog Italian Strike

Here’s an idea for a fancy frittata that will save nearly expired eggs as well as vegetables which are not very suitable for a salad.

Ingredients:

* The original recipe required spinach and Mangold, but in fact, you can use any greens, vegetables, and cheeses sitting aimlessly in your refrigerator.

15 gr butter or 15 ml olive oil

4 eggs

2 mangold leaves, coarsely chopped

¼ package spinach leaves, coarsely chopped

30 ml buttermilk

Salt and pepper

Preparation:

Lightly beat eggs in a bowl, add buttermilk, season with salt and pepper and finally put in the Mangold and spinach.

Melt butter or heat olive oil on a medium flame, and pour the mixture into the frying pan.

After 2-3 minutes of frying, lightly shake the frying pan in order to separate the frittata, flip over and fry the other side for 2 more minutes.

Transfer the frittata to a plate, and eat alongside a vegetable salad or bread.

Link to the recipe

Did you give it a try? Hashtag – #lovefoodnotwaste

For more of Omri’s recipes:  https://shvitaitalkit.wordpress.com/

https://www.facebook.com/shvitaitalkit/

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