Mon fils aime cuisiner. And he is very good at it. Et c’est l’une de meilleure chose d’avoir quelqu’un de si proche qui sait cuisiner. I get to eat all sorts of delicious plates, taste a variety of dishes…and you all know food tastes even better when someone else males it! All I have to do is just sit and watch.
He is always trying out new stuff…it’s an adventure, i love! Recently, he’s been making des Frittatas. Yes, Fri-tta-ta. It’s really just a fancy way of saying really big omelette.
Oh how i love that boy!
Vegetables (onions, green pepper, celery, garlic, and whatever else you like)
- Peel potatoes and wash them thoroughly.
- Cut them into small cubes or thin matchsticks if you like (they cook quickly this way).
- Slice the veggies in thin slices.
- After the veggies are done, combined them with the potatoes, along with salt.
- Heat enough cooking oil.
- Sautee the veggies and potatoes mixture in oil until tender (don’t crisp or brown) and set aside to cool.
- Beat the eggs and add in the cooled potato-veggie mixture. Mix gently to combine with the egg, trying not to break the potatoes.
- Put little oil in a frying pan (you’ll need a nonstick pan) and let the pan and oil get very hot (important so the eggs don’t stick).
- Pour in the potato and egg mixture, spreading it evenly.
- Cook until the eggs are completely set at the edges and the bottom is set.
- Flip it over and return it to the pan to cook the other side.
- Once it’s back in the pan, tuck the edges in and under itself (to neaten the sides).
- Cook until there’s no uncooked egg on it.
- Et bonne appetit.
…because Frittatas taste wonderful!