Mini Frittatas


How y'all doing? Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas with family or friends.And all those on vacations, enjoy!!!!  We had a very beautiful one with friends , good food and wine. But the fact that the holidays are not yet over makes these days a special one, isn't it?

I have a very happy news to share... My Uzhunna vada and Thenga chammanthi post has been selected as one of the best 30 recipes of the year by Chacko's kitchen . What better way to mark a blissful end and bid farewell to an year . Congrats to all the winners and Hats off to Susan & Abraham, Thas , Smitha and Alka for making the event a wonderful one :)...

Well, my gibber about not seeing snow has finally come to an end with the blizzard we were having for the last two days. Around 25 inches of snow..oooh!!!! This is definitely gonna be my Gold standard to measure all the others which would follow..Its not like this is my first snow, but somehow I associate these holidays with snow , that's it. I was really enjoying the gusty wind blowing and drifting the snow on the first day , but later it puts even me in a tizzy. But I'll tell you there is something peaceful and soothing about the snow, if its minus heavy winds.

So lets make something to forget the snow. This is adapted from Martha's magazine. I had the frittata first in a cafe in Bahamas last year and instantly fell in love with it. But that was the big one which you make in a pan. So later when i was searching for a recipe , i groped on this. Though i wasn't sure, I made it and N liked it so much. 

Trust me making frittata in a muffin tin is such an effortless job and allows you to save the rest without touching it. I admit i had a bad time making it in a cast iron pan , that it wont come out. I am yet to master it. SO this one is a big blessing for people like me, those lazy, impatient ones.
Its so easy to put together , it became one of our  regular Saturday brunches.

Recipe for Mini Frittatas

Ingredients:-
Zucchini chopped - 1/4 cup
White mushrooms -1/4 cup
Red and green bell pepper chopped - 1 cup
Eggs - 8
Gruyere or fontina cheese finely grated - 1/4 cup
Rosemary or chives chopped - 2 table spoon
Pepper - 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil or cooking spray

Method:-

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.Lightly spray a muffin tray with cooking spray.
Mix all the chopped vegetables together and arrange in each muffin tin.
Whisk eggs, rosemary, salt and pepper and fill the tin below the rim.
Sprinkle with grated cheese.
Transfer to oven and bake until they are set for about 8-10 minutes.
Serve warm.
Bon Appétit 
         Sarah

54 comments:

Pavithra said...

Awesome pictures ..looks too good and tempting. I love frittatas..

vimala said...

Aromatic and beautiful.

Laya said...

A very nice recipe sara. I have never tasted this dish. But from the looks of it i can tell its truly tasty.
have a joyful New year

Rumana Rawat said...

A very nice recipe sara... they look so beautiful too:)

? said...

What a lovely idea for brunch, very elegant too!

Panchpakwan said...

Wow looks so perfect and delicious..Loved it.

Hari Chandana said...

Looks colorful and delicious.. nice one !!

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Suja Sugathan said...

Looks so colorful and inviting..nice recipe dear,delicious.

Seema Menon said...

Wow, looks amazing. Shall try soon!
Beautiful pics!

Pushpa said...

Lovely frittatas looks flavorful and delicious.

lissie said...

frittatas look so tempting...! what an easy way of making them...you are so innovative!

Soumya said...

easy and delicious recipe...will try this...presentation rocks as always...

Shanavi said...

Awesome recipe and awesome clicks...Loving it

Sayantani said...

great recipe and Congrats dear Sarah!

Swathi said...

Adipoli frittata. i love them.

Reva said...

Wonderful recipes....I cant say enough, this is my first time here and I am stunned. Very happy to follow u.PLease dovisit my blog as I am a baby in this blogging world.I would love to have your expert comments.
Reva.
www.kaarasaaram.com

Vasavi Suresh said...

Wow, that was amazing.. Nice clicks too..

Madhu said...

As Usual, looks perfect Sarah.

Sathya Sankar said...

Frittatas looks wonderful ! Nice clicks !

Torviewtoronto said...

beautiful frittatas lovely pictures

Jisha said...

An easy and delicious recipe...will surely try this...awesome pics too...:)

Silence Sings said...

Hi sarah how r you....The new look of your site looks grt....the frittatas are tempting too....Wish you Happy new year....

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Hi sara

Frittats look delicious and inviting. Great clicks. Can I munch a few:)?


Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Sumi said...

very colourful post..contrary to the snow outside.enjoy the holidays as well as the winter weather :)

jayarajmurukkumpuzha said...

hridayam niranja puthuvalsara aashamsakal.....

Sharmilee! :) said...

Frittas looks so cute...havent tasted it though

aipi said...

wow, they look simply delicious and mouth watering..cute presentation!

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Hasna said...

lovely...even i'm a Martha fan..but tried nly her cakes....this one luks so awesome!!

http://hasnasdelights.blogspot.com/

AshKuku said...

Yummy Captures of the yummy frittatas.... Just Floored by them.... Hugs))))

Ash...
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

Subhie Arun said...

wow..yummy n delcious fritata...awesome clcik too!

Gouri Guha said...

These look great and inviting.
and Congrats of ccourse.

Padhu said...

Looks inviting and lovely pics
Wishes for a very Happy and prosperous New Year
Padhuskitchen

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

awesome clicks! love it!

Indian Cuisine Blogroll said...

that looks yum dear...love egg in any form..

Gulmohar said...

They look so pretty :-) Hope you had a wonderful X'mas

Nisha said...

Congratulations Sarah for your Vada recipe.

This mini treats are beautiful.

Happy New to you

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Frittatas looks absolutely inviting!!! Loved it dear ;)

Jaisy James said...

adipoli ayittundallo. ys u r right reenachechis sis reema is my best freind and we studied together at assumption college. anyway santhosham nammude nattile oralene meet cheyyan pattiyallo.

MR said...

excellent as always such a good finger food too
HAPPY NEW YEAR !

garlutti said...

Hola desde VIGO ESPAÑA , me encanta esta receta ... yo hago algo parecido lo llamamos tortillas. Te deseo una entrada de año 2011 con suerte, prosperidad y felicidad . Saludos afectuosos MARIMI

Plateful said...

Hey Sarah, Happy New Year! I've been following your posts for sometime now and I'm a big fan. You have something beautiful going on here. I'm totally new to the blogging world but I have to say that you are a big inspiration to everyone. Keep going girl!

Preeti Kashyap said...

this sounds absolutely yumm! I have tried corn fritters before and they are lovely as well.

Reshmi said...

frittatas look incredible...wish u n ur family a very happy newyear sarah....

Biren @ Roti n Rice said...

These muffins look wonderful! Makes a nice appetizer. Congrats on being selected and a very Happy New Year to you and your family!

kothiyavunu.com said...

Oh, I would definitely want to eat this now...awesome!! Wish u n urs Happy & Prosperous New Year!!

Angie's Recipes said...

These frittatas look scrumptious!
Happy 2011!
Angie

Smitha said...

they look cute and wonderful!...I will try these frittatas soon!
Have a safe and healthy New Year Sarah!

Sushma Mallya said...

it looks very yum,very beautiful pics....feel like grabbing it...& happy new year to you and your family...

Ananda Rajashekar said...

oh glad that you had good time with your friends and those frittatas looks just so good, i'm bookmarking this as a starters for one of the coming parties :)

meeso said...

These are so cute, great snap!

Sharmishtha Dongre said...

Hey came across your blog on foodie blog role. Not only are your recipes tempting but you have a wonderful photography skill. Just loved your pictures

Nikki said...

ooo my god they look so pretti little cuties.

Anonymous said...

Very nice, but, why not state how much it makes?
So people can adjust as required, without wasting time testing.

Anonymous said...

Very nice, but, why not state how much it makes?
So people can adjust as required, without wasting time testing.

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