I went out last night when it was time to close the greenhouse and gathered a few leaves of Swiss Chard and a green onion. Here you can see those (I put them in a glass of water so they wouldn't wilt overnight) and the duck eggs, 6 strips of bacon and 2 ounces of cheddar cheese that I used:
The Bacon has been chopped small, as well as the vegetables:
I beat together 7 duck eggs (if using chicken eggs, substitute 9 of them) with 1/3 cup milk, 1/4 teaspoon salt and 4 "cranks" of pepper:
Melt 2 Tablespoons of butter in a cast iron skillet on medium heat. Add the bacon and, stirring, cook until it is partially cooked and then add the vegetables, and continue to stir and saute until the bacon is done:
Pour the egg mixture carefully over the filling and sprinkle the grated cheese on top. Turn the heat to low and continue to cook, without any stirring, until the eggs are set almost to the top ~ about 1/4 inch from the surface:
Place the pan under a broiler set on "low."
Watch your Frittata. When the top is nicely browned, it is done. Remove from oven, cut into wedges and enjoy!
This post is linked with Wardeh's Wonderful Simple Lives Thursday and Friday Food Flicks, and Traditional Tuesday!