Recipe of the Month
Main Street Manor Bed and Breakfast, Flemington, NJ
"It is my goal to
dispel the rumor that inns serve sugary, fatty, unhealthy food. We belong to
an organic farm and use what we pick in our food preparation when the
seasons permit. We use no preservatives in our cooking, and all baking is
done on-premises and from scratch. We do not believe in pre-packaged food,
and I would not serve anything to my guests that I would not eat myself.” –
1 lb. fresh asparagus
1 yellow pepper
Salt & pepper
1/2 cup fresh flat-leaf parsley
4 whole eggs
8 egg whites
1 1/2 cup part skim ricotta cheese
1/2 cup freshly grated Romano or parmesan cheese
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Slice asparagus, pepper and zucchini
into 1-inch pieces. Lightly coat a roasting pan with a little olive oil,
and add vegetables. Add a bit of salt and pepper to taste, and roast at
400 degrees for about 15-20 minutes until just brown. Can hold overnight
in the refrigerator once vegetables cool to save time in the morning.
- In a 12-inch oven-safe coated pan, sauté minced shallots in a little
olive oil until translucent. Chop the parsley finely and set aside. Add
the roasted veggies to the pan and toss together. In another bowl,
combine whole and egg whites and blend well. Add ricotta cheese, then
grated Romano or parmesan. Add parsley and salt and pepper to taste.
- When veggies are warm through and combined, add the
egg/cheese/parsley mixture to the pan. Move the veggies around so the
egg mixture coats the bottom and sides of pan as well as the vegetables.
Keep the heat on low-medium so the bottom does not burn but so that the
frittata will set. (About 10 minutes.)
- When just the center of the frittata is still a little loose, put
the pan into a 350-degree oven, and allow it to continue to cook for
another 10-15 minutes or until the top is set and has risen. Cool for 5
minutes, slice and serve!
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