Wild Rice Fritatta

This is a fast post for a fast meal.  I made some things that had leftovers that were perfect for a fritatta, though really this is more of a Spanish tortilla, for sake of ease, I`m calling it a fritatta. You can really use anything in a Fritatta. It’s just eggs baked with stuff. Super simple and speedy other than the 45 min or so in the oven. But this took all of 5 min to get prepped.

Since I had leftover wild rice mix from the other day, and the remainder of the creamy mushrooms, it seemed a perfect match. Try it with the wild rice. It is a super health bomb.

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What I used:
About a cup and 1/2 of the wild rice pilaf
1 leek
About a cup and 1/2 of mushrooms from the eggs florentine
5 eggs
Sea Salt
Pepper
A few grates of manchego cheese

Flat leaf parsley to sprinkle on the plate

What I did:
Beat the eggs with a fork in a large bowl. Add the mushrooms, wild rice, and leeks. Mix it up like a batter.

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Light oil a baking dish. Pour in the egg mix and pepper the top. Add a small sprinkle of sea salt.

Pop in the oven at 375 for 35 min. That’s it practically.

Make a salad.

Timers up. It is close to done but not totally.

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Grate the manchego over it and stick back in the oven for 10 to melt and finish cooking.

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Timers up. Is it brown on top? Mines not so I turned on broiler for 3 min. If yours is, take it out.

Timers up and it is crisp on top. Let it sit for 5 min so it sticks a bit less and rests.

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Plate it.

Eat it.

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One Comment on “Wild Rice Fritatta”

  1. […] pic. I made another wild rice Fritatta yesterday. The recipe is on the site a few weeks back but I am too lazy to link at the moment. This […]


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