Of Italian origin, frittata is a versatile dish, made more substantial than a French-style omelette by the addition of meat, fish and vegetables. Quinoa can replace the traditional potato, and with a useful amount of watercress and salmon, this makes a hearty one-dish brunch. Any leftovers can be eaten cold in a packed lunch.
Nutritional Information: Gluten Free Energy 310kcal/1289kJ; Protein 22g; Carbohydrate 13g, of which sugars 6g; Fat 19g, of which saturates 7g; Cholesterol 237mg; Calcium 228mg; Fibre 2g; Sodium 664mg.
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