Cheesy frittata, yay! I'm a fan of frittata in general, but this cheesy version is any cheese-lover's fantasy!
An omelette, Frittata in Italian, is undoubtedly a simple dish, perhaps one of the first you learn to make in the kitchen.
What makes the difference between an ordinary omelette and a really good one, are definitely the ingredients!
Have you ever cooked with wild hops? Today is your chance!
This recipe is truly unique: hops, eggs, Piave cheese and a few other ingredients will bring to the table a dish that is different from the usual.
What's even better, is that if you are an expert at making omelettes you won't have to worry about making mistakes!
for 4 servings
Wash the wild hops and cut off the ends by a few millimeters, then boil for a few minutes in a small pot of boiling water until soft.
In a bowl pour the eggs, boiled hops, previously grated cheese and adjust salt and pepper to taste.
Place a tablespoon of olive oil in the bottom of a nonstick pan. This is not strictly necessary, but it to creates a nice crust on the frittata.
Pour the egg and hop mixture into the pan. Cook for about 5 minutes on low heat, turn the frittata and cook for another 5 minutes. If you like the crust on the outside of the frittata, turn up the heat for a minute before flipping or serving.