Here's a dish that is easy to make, filling, healthy, delicious, and you can serve it hot or cold. It's also the perfect meal to add to your back-to-school menu:
Century Corned Tuna Frittata with Goat Cheese,
Shallots & Garlic
|2 cans of Century Corned Tuna, drained|
|10 pcs. fresh eggs |
Choose Bounty Fresh Eggs, no chix poop on the egg shells.
|Clockwise: 1/4 cup non-fat milk, grated parmesan cheese (optional), 1 small block of goat cheese|
|3 pcs. shallots, 3 pcs. garlic|
|Step 1: Preheat oven to 400°F. |
In a large mixing bowl, crack all 10 eggs, add salt and pepper to taste
Tip: If you're adding parmesan cheese, lessen the use of salt as the cheese is already salty.
|Step 2: Add the non-fat milk|
|Step 3: Whisk together the eggs, milk, and parmesan cheese. Season it with salt and pepper.|
Important: You will need a cast iron skillet or any pan without a handle that would NOT melt when placed inside the oven or a baking dish to cook this recipe.
|Step 4: In a cast iron skillet, sauté garlic and shallots in extra virgin olive oil. |
Tip: Be sure to oil the sides of the pan too.
|Step 5: Add the corned tuna and cook for 2-3 mins.|
|Step 6: Spread out tuna evenly on bottom of skillet. Pour the egg mixture to the sautéd corned tuna|
|Step 7: Using a spatula, lift up the corned tuna mixture along the sides of the pan to let egg mixture flow underneath.|
|Step 8: Spread the goat cheese on top. When the mixture is about half set, put the whole pan inside the oven.|
|Step 9: Put the pan inside the pre-heated (400°F) oven and bake for 12-15 minutes...|
|...until frittata is puffy and golden.|
|Step 10: Remove from oven and let cool for a few minutes.|
|Step 11: Sprinkle spring onions or fresh basil leaves on top.|
|Step 11: Serve the frittata with sour cream|
Tip: I recommend that you buy a good quality sour cream, it really makes a difference. We buy Bulla Premium Sour Cream from Santi's.
|Top the frittata with a dollop of sour creammm...|
|So yummy and filling! Perfect to eat any time of the day!|
Aryanna already told me she wanted this as part of her lunch box menu. Remember, it's back-to-school soon!
Shoppingero/shoppingera, have you prepared a back-to-school menu?