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Monday, August 17, 2009
Melava Malka Salmon Shallot Frittata
A delicious frittata, a version of the lox egg and onion omelette, to extend the joy of Shabbos just a little longer.
2 shallots, minced small
6-8 oz. baked salmon or smoked salmon pieces, chopped
extra virgin olive oil
salt and pepper
Chopped fresh chives
Saute your chopped shallots until dark brown and crunchy, and heavily pepper and salt them. Beat the eggs with a little milk or water, and add them to the onion mixture. Give them a few seconds to set, then add your chopped salmon. Give it a gentle stir to make sure the ingredients are evenly distributed. Cook until the bottom is moveable and place in the broiler for a few minutes to solidify the top. Turn upside down onto a plate and serve with chopped chives.
Posted by kosherliz at 7:57 AM
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This is a great idea for Melava Malka. I never thought of it but we do have eggs quite often Motzi Shabbos. I must try this, whether for Sat, night or during the week. It sounds good.ReplyDelete
Good to see a kosher blog. I have two, one is gluten free. It was nice to see your first recipe was gluten free.