Good a.m. Ratatouille Frittata


Good Morning!

Here is a great idea for using leftover ratatouille.

At the end of summer, I always make a big batch of ratatouille, since eggplants, red peppers, plum tomatoes, zucchini and onions are plentiful in my neck of the woods.

I love it just on its own or served over rice. I make it differently every time, depending on what I have on hand.

It usually lasts all week in the fridge, but by day 5, I am a bit tired of it.
Here is my favorite way to make use of every last bit.

It's a great breakfast or brunch, served warm or room temp and also delicious warm on a fresh baguette.

Ratatouille Frittata (basically a big omelet!):

1 cup of ratatouille (click here for recipe)
6 eggs
1/3 cup grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese
salt & pepper to taste
2 sprigs of thyme, leaves removed

Whisk all ingredients in a bowl.

Pour about an 1/8 cup of olive oil in a heavy skillet. You don't want the omelet to stick.

Pour in egg mixture and cook a few seconds, then turn the heat down low and cook until the sides are starting to solidify, but the center is still wet. I use a fish spatula to check it.

Make sure you are using an ovenproof skillet and not a wooden or plastic handled one!
Place under the broiler about 3 minutes to set the middle.

Using your thin spatula, carefully slide the omelet onto a serving plate and slice into pieces.



Louise M. said…
This is a great looking omelet, and I love ratatouille, I never thought to bake it with eggs.
Have a happy Labor Day Stacey!
Thank you for all your great recipes this summer!
Louise M.
Alisa said…
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Jen_from_NJ said…
Great idea! That baguette looks delicious. I hope that you are enjoying this beautiful weekend!
Hi Stacey! I thought I had thought of every use for ratatouille, but there's this! Look delicious.

Happy Labor Day.
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tasteofbeirut said…
this is a great idea and I am suddenly inspired!
The JR said…
It looks so good!

I like to cook my breakfast for the whole week. Makes it much simplier in the AM's trying to get to work.
The JR said…
It looks so good!

I like to cook my breakfast for the whole week. Makes it much simplier in the AM's trying to get to work.
I'm hungry for breakfast and its 4:00PM!