Total Time
25mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

Yet another way to make use of those big blue crabs we are catching. 1 crab gave us 1 cup of beautiful meat for this.I can't do what I suggest in the last step as I don't have a griller (broiler) so I finished it with the lid on for a couple of minutes to set the top. That worked fine and would be good for camping. Just cook the onion and potato slower and longer if you can't access a microwave.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix the eggs, cream, lemon rind, tabasco, salt and pepper together. Set aside.
  2. Microwave onion and potato about 3 minutes (to speed up cooking).
  3. Heat oil in frying pan over medium heat and brown potato and onion and cook them through.
  4. Add the capsicum and cook a few minutes more.
  5. Pour over the egg mix and scatter the crab across the top.
  6. Cook gently for about 5 minutes or until almost set through, then place under a griller (broiler) to brown the top. Serve at once.
Most Helpful

DH and I made this frittata for brunch today. We enjoyed it and thought it to be a nice alternative to the traditional frittata that we are used to making (mostly herb and mushroom). We both thought it needed a little extra flavor, so we served with DH's homemade habanero sauce on top, which did the trick nicely. The recipe doesn't specify, so DH put the cheese on top of the frittata just before baking in the oven. All in all, this was a nice dish and could easily serve 3 people. Thanks!

Dr. Jenny November 26, 2008

I needed a simple recipe to make shrimp frittata from leftover boiled shrimp. This was fantastic. Instead of using all chopped fresh ingredients substituted leftover scalloped potatoes, salsa, and zucchini. I only chopped and sauted the onion. Leftover veggies from dinners all week make amazing frittatas. Also put cheese in egg mixture plus more on top for broiling. To cook the eggs without browning, I put on the lowest heat and cook long and slow....same way to make heavenly soft scrambled eggs. Added lemon pepper seasoning on top. Yum! Thanks!

laura81601 September 25, 2016

Many times these type of recipes get too bulky and they require overcooking and the eggs turn brown on the bottom, are not taste and are tough. I cut the recipe down to two very small yukon gold potatoes, half an onion both small diced. I did not change the bell pepper amount and everything else stayed the same. I followed the recipe and when I added the egg and crab (use a little extra), don't forget the cheese and I recommend a bit more of it, I cooked it on med low and covered it. Keep it low and you won't get the awful brown bottom. Jiggle the pan and when it seems to be getting set put it under the broiler and don't take your eyes off it. When it just starts to brown your done. Remove and let cool. Everyone will love it and so will you! Bon Appetite!

aw007 January 03, 2016