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Egg Free Frittata

Thu, 25 November 2021

Egg Free Frittata

This frittata recipe serves 46 people, so you can cook a delicious meal for your family using this cost effective recipe. This frittata is quick and easy to make so you won't have to spend much time in the kitchen, but the best part is that it can be made for a few euros, packed full of protein , low fat and with the addition of vegetables a great source of vitamins and fibreit's  a really cheap recipe to make at home. This tasty frittata is a family-friendly recipe made with Smokey fake bacon, soft potatoes and plenty of flavour. To make this frittata a more substantial meal, you can serve it on a bed of fresh salad leaves or pop in your lunch box for a healthy wholesome lunch.INGREDIENTSolive oil800G cooked cubed potatoes1 large white onion sliced for for frying off1 packet of silken tofu1 tbsp of mustard , i use Dijon20g chickpea or gram flour25g cornflour3 tbsp of nutritional yeast flakesturmeric for colour15g black saltpinch of nutmeg30ml of apple cider vinegar200g smoked applewood cheeseseasoningMETHODpre heat oven to 180gas mark 4Cook the potatoes in boiling salted water until cooked through approx. 8/10 mins Drain and leave to cool slightly in a bowl.while that's happening Heat a  frying pan and start to Fry the sliced onion and fake bacon  until soft and starting to brown then drain off any excess fat if there is any and pop in with your cooked potato cubesin a food processor add your tofu ( give it a little squeeze by hand or in a tea towel to remove excess water) and blitz until smooth and creamythen add in your mustard, cornflour, gram flour, yeast, turmeric, black salt, nutmeg and apple cider vinegar and give it a quick blitznext add this to your bowl of onions and potatoes with the 200g of grated smoked applewood cheese, mixing to combine all your ingredients.now take a 20cm ish cake tray , or really what ever is oven proof and the mix fits into that will end up being 3 to 4 cm high , remember we are making a frittata, and line it with oiled parchment paper.place your mix into the lined tray and bake for about 25 to 30 minutes until brown , cooked and firm .leave in the tray for 5 minutes or so  before serving it up with a few dressed winter salad leaves .... enjoy

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