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Leek Frittata

Leek Frittata created by Good Looking Cooking

This recipe if from the Australian Women's Weekly Vegie Food cookbook.

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directions

  • Combine eggs and evaported milk. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  • Melt butter in a medium sized frypan/skillet and add sliced leek. Cook gently until leek is softened.
  • Whilst leek is cooking, turn on grill to preheat.
  • Add peas and arrange tomato slices in frypan.
  • Pour egg mixture over all ingredients in pan and cook gently over low heat until frittata is almost entirely set.
  • Remove from heat, sprinkly top with parmesan cheese and place under griller to finish off cooking the top.
  • When frittata is set and top is golden brown, remove from griller.
  • Allow to sit for 5 minutes before cutting into wedges to serve.
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  1. Sydney Mike
    This is a very tasty frittata, & I stretched this into feeding 8 people by serving it along with bowls of fresh fruit & a homemade whole wheat bread ~ Gotta watch that cholesterol! We really enjoyed the inclusion of peas here, & we appreciate you sharing the recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my swapmates in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #25]
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  2. Good Looking Cooking
    Leek Frittata Created by Good Looking Cooking
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  5. Good Looking Cooking
    This is a lovely quick and easy dish to make. I served it as a side to veal schnitzels with mushrooms in a cream sauce and it complemented it nicely. Personal preferance next time I would add some mustard and fresh herbs like sweet marjoram and low fat milk could easily be substituted for the evaporated milk. This would go very nicely with a fresh salad for a light summer meal. Thanks for posting. Made for Make my Recipe Tag no.6
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