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Adults

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Easy - Med - Hard

Potato and Bacon Frittata

This frittata recipe from Australian Made's Sales Manager in Victoria tastes wonderful hot or cold, as a starter, snack, or as an easy main meal!

Ingredients

This frittata recipe from Australian Made's Sales Manager in Victoria tastes wonderful hot or cold, as a snack, starter or an easy main meal!

 

Preparation time

10 minutes

 

Cooking time

40 minutes

 

Serves

4

 

Ingredients

6 large Australian Grown potatoes, diced

5 large eggs

4 rashers of Australian Grown bacon, sliced

3 Australian Grown spring onions, sliced

1 large Australian Grown brown onion, diced

Salt

Pepper

Eagle Vale Olives olive oil

 

Method

  • Boil the potatoes until JUST soft. Drain and set aside.
  • Crack the eggs into a bowl and beat till just combined and set aside.
  • Add some olive oil into a large frypan or electric frypan and add the onions when oil is hot. Cook the onions on medium heat until they are transparent.
  • Add the bacon and cook together on medium heat, turning only occasionally, as we want to add some colour and crispness to the bacon.
  • Add potatoes and pepper and continue to cook, turning occassionaly.
  • When the potatoes have gone a lovely golden colour and the bacon is crisping nicely, add the spring onions, just to heat through and wilt.
  • Add the beaten eggs, ensuring that the egg mixture surrounds all the pan contents (tip the frypan and swirl).
  • Turn the heat right down and cover the frypan. Check to see when the egg mixture has almost set.
  • When almost set, pop the frypan, without cover, under the griller to brown the top of the frittata.
  • Add salt to taste.
  • Serve as is, or turn out upside down onto a large platter, ready to serve.

 

*Image courtesy of amandascookin.com

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