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Easy Healthy Turkey Mince Fritata
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The proportions in this recipe are for 8 serves and I've cooked this in a large electric fry pan. It's more than enough for dinner for a family of four including lunches the next day to pack for school or the office.
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Easy Healthy Fritata
See in the image how I've tossed the meat, onions and potatoes in the
fry pan. Yep, that 's all you do - just toss them in and fry on medium
high heat till the turkey mince is cooked.
I use a non-stick electric fry pan to avoid using oil in my cooking.
The natural oils from the turkey will be sufficient to lubricate the pan and cook the onions and potatoes. Please resist adding any oil or butter, there's really no need to.
Crumble the stock cubes over the mince and add your seasoning as suits your taste and mix well to combine. Keep stirring to prevent the mixture from congealing on the pan.
The onions will be soft and the potatoes browned a little.
To cook the potatoes, add about 1 to 1 1/2 cups water to the hot pan. It will sizzle and the water absorbed in no time at all, as the potatoes will draw up the liquid as it cooks. Add a little more water if you think the potatoes need to be a little softer.
Stir in the frozen peas.
In the meantime in a separate large roomy bowl, mix the
Use a fork to break up any lumps of flour to get it smooth.
Another little trick I use is to measure the quantity of water, is to use the half egg shells. Add 1/2 egg shell of water for every egg, instead of measuring with cups.
Pour the egg mixture into the pan, bring to just boiling and turn the heat down to medium low.
Cover with the lid and let it cook to set for about 30 minutes.
Slice it up to serve. This recipe makes enough for 8 thick slices of fritata and it makes for a delightful healthy meal.
Here, you see I've plated the turkey mince fritata with lambs tongue lettuce and freshly sliced tomatoes.
Don't you just love recipes like this - always popular with the family, yummily delicious and healthy and best of all, I love recipes that are made in the one pot!