Frittata with Tomatoes, Onions and Basil


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Two Fat Ladies: Gastronomic Adventures (with Motorbike and Sidecar)

Two Fat Ladies

By Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright

Published 1996

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If you have a barbecue going you can make this ‘omelette’ outside; otherwise make it at home and take it with you – it is particularly good cold. I ate it first in Tuscany where it can have many variations – it is an excellent way of using up any left-over vegetables, pasta, ham and cheese. Very different to the rapid cooking of a French omelette, this Italian version is cooked over a low heat, very gently, so is very easy to cook when doing other tasks.