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connie’s frittata

connie's frittata

connie’s frittata

My friend, Dora,  posted this beautiful omelet made by her friend Connie, on Facebook. I asked her for the recipe and permission to post it here in my blog. The zucchini flowers on the top make it look amazing. Thank you, Connie, for sharing. Now I have one more way of using the zucchini flowers from my garden!

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ingredients
non-stick frying pan
eggs
salt & pepper to taste
grated cheese
garlic & onion powder
milk
zucchini flowers for top


  • Heat a little olive oil and butter in the non-stick pan
  • Beat eggs with salt, pepper, grated cheese, garlic and onion powder
    and a little milk
  • Add mixture to pan
  • Cook until eggs begin to set
  • Place flowers decoratively on top
  • Check bottom of frittata, when browned, slide onto plate and flip back to
    pan to cook other side

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frittata di cicoria

dandelion omelet

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baby carrot greens omelet

IMG_3375I thinned out the carrot patch at Herbivor Farm and kept the tender green tops for later use. 

The flavor of carrot greens is a little bitter, but with a hint of sweetness and carrot essence. Not only are they tasty, they’re also good for you. They are  packed with potassium, vitamin K, and cancer-fighting chlorophyll.

Add the greens to your stock, pesto, soups and salads.  Here I added a handful of chopped baby carrot greens to my favorite omelet.

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