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    crock pot bacon and broccoli Frittata

    crock pot bacon and broccoli frittata

    This is definitely something unusual ad i wasn't sure how will it turn up
    As i hate wasting food i have used all the veg i had in my fridge and added bacon (that also have to be used) -in other words use what you have in your fridge
    it all turned out amazing - bare in mind the thickness of frittata depends on a size of your slow cooker - mine was 6,5 l , but smaller crock pots will result in thicker fritatats

    2 cups small broccoli flowerets
    1 cup of Cheese
    9 eggs, beaten until whites and yolks are well-combined
    salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste (I didn't use much salt)
    4 sliced spring onions
    handful of mixed peppers
    5 rashes of smoked bacon cut into squares

    1) cut broccoli into small pieces , fry with spring onions and peppers on a small amount of oil for few minutes then add bacon and fry for another few minutes -
    2 ) put a tiny amount of olive oil into slow cooker to ensure nothing will stick and then put everything from a frying pan into slow cooker -top everything with grated cheese

    3) beat eggs with a pinch of salt and pepper until blended and pour mixture into slow cooker and mix everything to ensure everything is blended

    Cook for 2 1/2 - 3 hours on LOW, or until the frittata is completely set Serve hot
    Last edited by Pati Robins; 09-17-2014 at 05:58 AM.

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    Re: crock pot bacon and broccoli Frittata

    Looks delicious and so easy too!

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    Re: crock pot bacon and broccoli Frittata

    Quote Originally Posted by bullmama View Post
    Looks delicious and so easy too!

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    It was hun- most importantly egg wasn't dry ;-) xx
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