When I saw this recipe on Nigel Slater's Dish of the Day, I just knew I had to try it. You all know what a big fan I am of Nigel. I've made no secret of it. I know I say it every time . . . he just cooks like I want to cook and eat.
Simple and unpretentious . . . just taking what he has to hand and then creating something delicious from it. That's my way of cooking!
I love Fritatta's. They're so easy to make and you can put just about anything you love in one and come up with a tasty and simple supper dish. Leftover roasted veg . . . scraps of meat and veg . . . you name it, the skys the limit.
This is a particularly delicious version making good use of the fresh spinach leaves leftover from yesterday's supper and a few rounds of goats cheese which was in the refrigerator . . .
Oh, I do so love the richeness of goats cheese, don't you? It's tangy and creamy and just so, so luxurious tasting. With a few beaten eggs and some fresh herbs from the garden. It went down a real treat. Quick. Easy. Built for two.
Not bad for a girl who was brought up on Velveeta eh? Supper for two in less than fifteen minutes. Sigh . . . I have come a long way baby!
*Goats' Cheese & Spinach Frittata*Serves 2
fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper