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Eric Ripert cooks another delicious meal in his toaster oven. Join us this week for Zucchini Mint Parmesan Frittata. Visit ...
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Today episode: Zucchini Mint Parmesan Frittata
We are making zucchini frittata. So it's basically a baked omelet which is very popular in south of France, Italy and Spain. We are breaking the eggs and I'm going to take a zucchini and make a thin julienne with it and I will add it to my eggs. We are going to cut it like that then cutting it in a julienne. They are thin because the egg will take only about eight minutes to be ready and you don’t want to have the zucchini not cooked that’s why were slicing it very thinly and beating the eggs. And putting a little bit of parmesan, some fresh ground pepper and I'm also seasoning my zucchini on the cutting board. That’s where they will be very well seasoned and not bland. Some salt on the zucchini and in the eggs. Mixing it well and just to add to the eggs, I'm using some fresh mint, true leaves and you don’t even have to slice it in julienne or anything. I'm just going to shred it with my zucchini. Very fragrant, smelling like mint is really good actually. Very refreshing, very nice, mix it again a little bit to make sure all the ingredients are together. I'm going to brush a little platter with some olive oil. That way the eggs won't stick to the metal and I'm just going to heat it up. It's very fast.
I just have to bake it for eight minutes at 400 degrees. Eight minutes later we have a beautiful frittata. It's really smelling fantastic. The mint and the eggs and the zucchini, it's looking very good too. A little bit of color here and there because of the parmesan. We just have to wait a few minutes and eat it. Full of flavor, very fresh, eggs, the zucchini, a toaster oven, eight minutes, a great frittata.