Frittatas

I saw these great frittatas in Stephanie’s Kitchen, and I wanted to reach in and grab one! It all sounded so simple, and I made a veggie version for breakfast this morning. They are delicious and simple and fun for kids too.


Mini Frittatas

4 eggs
3/4 cup grated Parmigiano Reggiano or Cheese of your choice
2 tbsp Milk
2 tbsp Mushrooms, chopped
2 tbsp Cilantro, chopped
Salt and Pepper, to taste

Beat the eggs well. Add the remaining ingredients and mix to combine.

Pour into greased mini muffin pans. Bake for 10-15 minutes at 180 deg C.

Thanks, Stephanie, for a great recipe!

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20 Comments Add yours

  1. Raaga says:

    I made tarts on Saturday that were similar to this… but I have to have to try these! They look super cute. We have a party at our place in 2 weeks time… this is perfect.

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  2. Happy cook says:

    It looks delicious too.

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  3. Divya Vikram says:

    Sounds simple with few ingredients..

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  4. raaji says:

    this looks quite simple with very few ingredients…..nice recipe

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  5. Lisa says:

    I must try these. Simple but delicious. You just can’t go wrong with eggs and cheese.

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  6. Bharti says:

    I don’t eat eggs, but they look oh so cute!

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  7. Arundathi says:

    Raaga – I’m sure you’ll love them!Happy cook, Divya Vikram, Raaji – Thanks. Yes – very few ingredients.Lisa – Yup – eggs and cheese are a match made in heaven! 🙂Bharti – Hmm – you really are missing out! 🙂 But I guess thats what people tell me about bacon!

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  8. Sunshinemom says:

    I saw a nice vegan version too! usually I end up not having one or the other ingredient!! These look cute!

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  9. mitr_bayarea says:

    Frittas look so good, I don’t eat eggs as such, but, this sure looks like one great recipe.

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  10. Aparna says:

    I love these muffin cup frittatas. They’re so eye-catching. Great serving idea too.

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  11. Indranee says:

    Lovely frittatas…good for anytime and anyone!

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  12. Ranjani says:

    so cute! I make mine in mini muffin pans too! It’s easy clean up, they just slide right out:)

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  13. hey anu me getting an over very soon… 🙂 and then i can try ur goodies…this look super cute…

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  14. Arundathi says:

    Sunshinemom – a vegan would be interesting Mitr_bayarea – yes its a simple recipeAparna – Yes, it makes perfect sized food!Indranee – Thanks.Ranjani – Yup – that was the best part!Swati – Oh i’m glad you are finally getting one!

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  15. Jude says:

    Looks cute. I’ll try it with regular sized muffin pans so I can have a quick breakfast in the morning every day.

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  16. Cynthia says:

    I like the idea of individual frittata tarts.

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  17. Raaga says:

    Did I tell you that Currimbhoys didn’t have the non stick mufifn pan when I went… and I haven’t seen them anywhere since…:(

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  18. Arundathi says:

    Bee – Thanks 🙂Jude – I’m sure it’ll work well.Cynthia – Yup – great ideaRaaga – Oh didn’t know that – will get it for you next time I’m there…

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  19. Raaga says:

    Coming up on my blog this evening. Hugs to you Anu… loved this recipe and I'm wondering why it took me so long!

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