This frittata is substantial enough to serve as a one-pot meal on a hot summer day and is lovely at room temperature with a glass of refreshing white wine and some crisp green salad. Taleggio is a nutty, semi-soft cow’s milk cheese that has been produced in Lombardy since the Middle Ages. It has a subtle truffle aroma, especially close to its rind, which imparts a unique taste to this dish. Taleggio might be difficult to find in smaller supermarkets, but you should be able to find it in good Italian delicatessens and most larger supermarkets.
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