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Two Cheese, Steak and Roast Potato Silky Frittata

A good breakfast sets you up for a good day, and a great breakfast sets you up for an amazing day.

But sometimes you’ve only got 15 minutes to throw something together, so you need something a little decadent that can be thrown together in a pinch.

Well, I got you.

Two Cheeses, Steak AND Roast Potato – oh yes.

Frittatas are great, they’re one pan, low fuss and easy to cook. No complicated flipping, rolling, or poaching. No need to be delicate with this dish. It’s got lots of flavour and hard to stuff up.

So here you go, my quick and easy Two Cheese Steak and Potato Silky Frittata.

The shallots in here complement the steak nicely and add a bit of sweetness and delicateness to an otherwise heavier dish. The Halloumi doesn’t melt down all the way like the mozzarella so you get a nice bite of saltiness. Who doesn’t like a good steak and potato dish? Now you can have the quick version on top of your morning eggs.

The egg beater mix pulls the whole thing together without adding to the richness of the steak and cheese.

Top with some sriracha and a good cup of strong coffee and you’ve got the perfect quick breakfast for a busy weekday or a lazy weekend lie-in.

Twocheesesteakeggfrittata-quartercloseupLook at that silky egg and melted mozzarella.. Mmm mmm!
Twocheesesteakpotatofrittata-sidecloseupEvery bite has a little bit of everything, salty halloumi, fluffy potato and caramelised beef

Enjoy!

Victoria xox

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Course Breakfast, Brunch
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Makes on large frittata

INGREDIENTS

To cook
Course Breakfast, Brunch
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Makes on large frittata

INGREDIENTS

To cook

RECIPE

  1. Mix all the eggs in a bowl and season with a little salt, pepper and chilli flakes. Mix until well combined.
  2. Heat your pan with a little oil until high and grill your pieces of beef until browned. Add shallots until softened. Take both off heat and slice beef into rough strips.
  3. Cut your grilled Halloumi and roast potato wedges into 1cm pieces.
  4. Heat the butter in your pan, when hot pour the egg mix in. Let cook until slightly runny on top.
  5. Turn your heat on low and add the halloumi, shallots, spring onion, beef and mozzarella. Push the edges of the egg in to allow any uncooked egg mixture to move onto the pan.
  6. Leave to grill until mozzarella is just melted.
  7. Take off pan and serve!
  8. Drizzle sauce of your choice on top, I used sriracha.
Tags : eggsfrittataHalloumimozarellasteak
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Victoria is the face behind Foodracket.com. She likes to eat breakfast for dinner and ice cream for breakfast. You'll often find her standing in line for a new restaurant or drinking a glass of red whilst creating magic in the kitchen. A fan of good food, give her some cheese, parma and a good dessert and she's a happy chappy.

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