whip it up: vegetable frittata

Well, I thought this day would never come, but it has. 
I officially have an iPHONE! Sweet, sweet Manu has done it again and surprised me yesterday afternoon while I was busy Skyping away at his parents house. He slipped away for a moment and when he came back, he presented me with the beautiful black 3GS that has become my new best friend. It’s really true that you don’t realize the greatness of an iPhone until you have one. I already downloaded Instagram (let’s be friends, I'm marissaattheboot!) the How To Cook Everything app and Anne of Green Gables, the novel. Those three things are pretty much Marissa in a nutshell.
Vegetable Frittata
based on this recipe
1 egg and 2 egg whites, beaten
1/4 cup cooked cous cous (or quinoa)
1/3 cup diced red pepper
1/3 cup diced zucchini
a good pinch salt + pepper
a sprinkling grated Parmigiano 
Heat up your broiler. In a medium broiler-safe skillet, heat 1 tsp olive oil over medium. Cook the eggs and cous cous mixture without stirring, about 3 minutes. Place skillet in the oven and broil until egg is set, about 2 minutes. (If you don’t have a broiler-safe skillet, you can make mini frittatas like I did using ramekins or terra cotta pots. Be sure to butter the pots and omit the step where you heat on the stove first. It will take a bit longer in the oven. Keep an eye out!) 
Ok, I’m off to play Words With Friends and obsessively check Twitter! Yay! 
P.S. Want another super fast, healthy and delicious recipe? Try last week's whip it up: Honeyed Ricotta Toast!

19 comments:

  1. This looks so good!  I LOVE frittatas, they're always my go-to dish when I have guests staying over.

    xxx
    Jenna
    ps You jealous you got an iPhone!

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  2. jillian5/14/2012

    congratulations on the iphone fancy pants!!! arent they fun!? :) this veggie frittata looks soooo tasty! happy monday chickadee. xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  3. Natalie Pezzenti5/14/2012

    Please tell me you've seen Anne of Green Gables, the movie? LOVE!

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  4. An iPhone!! Lucky girl!! And yuuuuuuum!!

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  5. The Short and the Sweet of It5/14/2012

    I got an iPhone like 9 months ago so I am totally with you. I always thought I didn't need one but it is totally life-changing!

    Loving the foodie direction your blog is taking ;)

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  6. Kendra5/14/2012

    These look crazy delicious!!









    PIECE OF CAKE. PEACE OF MIND.

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  7. Mmm, my mouth is watering. I'm (mostly) vegetarian, so I'll definitely give this a try. Also, you need to download the Draw Something app if you haven't yet. :)

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  8. This looks absolutely delicious, and welcome to the iPhone club! Isn't it just amazing?! You need to play Scramble with Friends too! Enjoy xo

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  9. you're right - they're perfect for entertaining! :)

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  10. haha i know! i still can't even believe it!

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  11. thank you so much! i appreciate it. :) and yes, i'm starting to see the life-changing aspect! 

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  12. ooh ok, i'll get on that! and thank you!

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  13. oh yeah i heard scramble is awesome too! thanks carly!

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  14. I'm about to have courgettes out the yingyang from my father-in-laws garden so I'm all for finding different recipes. Thanks for this :)
    And yeah, I heart Ann with an e, I heart her hard. 

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  15. thanks yuanting! it was delicious!

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  16. ahhh ann with an e! she is so awesome! :) you can make this all courgettes if you want too! i love my zucchini and eat them at least twice a week.

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thank you so much for your thoughtful comments, i love reading them so much!

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