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What Would You Call This Dish?

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A lot of you enjoy eggs more than I do.  I do make a wonderful Crustless Spinach quiche That our GSs could live on.

 

Quiche? Frittatda? What?

 

The youtube site I was on is "Hearty And Tasty"

The channel is herzhaftundlecker  , is this German?

Looks yummy!  I love vegetables!  I could roast these and serve with dill sauce!  It would be good with a lot of things, especially grilled fish or alone.

 

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Vegetable Egg Casserole With Dill Sauce


Ingredients:

  • Cauliflower - 450 g
  • Broccoli - 300 g

 2 tsp milk

Cut up, blanch in water 10 minutes

  • Salt, Black Pepper, Curry Powder

 *  Olive oil –Heat in skillet

Cook

  • Onion – ½ large chopped until tender
  • carrot – ¼  piece chopped-add to onion, cook 2 minutes

Pour over steamed broccoli and cauliflower

 

  • Bell Pepper - 2 pcs –cut in bite size pieces -pour over onion mixture
  • Cherry tomatoes - 14 cut in half, add to casserole

Mix vegetables in casserole dish

 

*In a bowl, combine and whisk

  • Egg - 5 lightly beaten
  • fat cream - 200 ml
  • Flour - 100 g
  • parsley, dill

*Pour over vegetables

  • Sprinkle cheese over top 70 g

BAKE 350    40 minutes

 

Dill Sauce

 

  • Greek yogurt - 2 tbsp ● Mayonnaise - 1 tbsp ● 2 cloves of garlic

Mix chill.

 

@house_cat @Sooner@Shanus Do you have a clue please?  I know you love vegies too!  Thanks!

 

 

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

@ECBG 

 

It would be a lovely fritatta.  If you were serving at at brunch, a nice mimosa would also be good, lol.

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

It just translates to hearty and delicious, which probably is the name of the channel, not the recipe.  It does sound like a frittata to me also.

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@Bookplate wrote:

It just translates to hearty and delicious, which probably is the name of the channel, not the recipe.  It does sound like a frittata to me also.


@Bookplate 

 

Many thanks.  German?

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

I would omit the cream and call it supper!  Cut back on the cheese too, maybe add some olives?  It sounds so good I'd call it: SUPPER!  Sooner supper???Woman Very HappyWoman Wink  And if you have leftover roasted veggies put them in too!!

 

@ECBG Thanks for the recipe 

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

crustless Quiche

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@ECBG wrote:

@Bookplate wrote:

It just translates to hearty and delicious, which probably is the name of the channel, not the recipe.  It does sound like a frittata to me also.


@Bookplate 

 

Many thanks.  German?


@ECBG  Yes, sorry, it is German.

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@Sooner wrote:

I would omit the cream and call it supper!  Cut back on the cheese too, maybe add some olives?  It sounds so good I'd call it: SUPPER!  Sooner supper???Woman Very HappyWoman Wink  And if you have leftover roasted veggies put them in too!!

 

@ECBG Thanks for the recipe 


@Sooner 

 

Agree with fritada?  Thanks!

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

@ECBG I think I'll stick with Frittata--which often have potatoes though! Ours would properly be called "leftovers!"Woman Embarassed

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@ECBG I don't know German, but scrambled eggs with a bunch of things mixed in (milk, usually veggies and sausage) cooked/heated in a lightly oiled skillet and served in a pie shape is know as a tortilla in Spain and Puerto Rico, and probably other places.  Many Spanish meals are based on eggs, not just breakfast.  Frittatas I think are baked.  Neither of these dishes have crusts like quiche.