Saturday, May 31, 2014

Frittata Recipe (Pinoy Style)

A plate of sliced Frittata (Pinoy Style)
Fritata Recipe

Frittata Recipe (Pinoy Style)

Originally, Frittata is an Italian dish made with eggs, onions, some vegetables and rarely meats. Fritata is an Italian version of French omelette, fried and finish under the broiler or salamander. The basic difference between the two is that frittata is thicker than omelette.

Eggs are also a favorite food of pinoys, we cook it by boiling and frying it. We also have our own version of omelette, we sauté onion and tomatoes in a pan and mix in the beaten eggs and that’s it pinoy omelette.

Today, I’m going to teach you how to cook a Frittata Pinoy Style using a Pork Giniling Guisado left-over as a filling. This affordable and budget friendly recipe would surely be a big hit for your family and I’m sure your kids will like it.

So, try it!


1. 2 cups Pork Giniling Guisado left-overs (ground pork, diced potatoes, carrots and bell peppers)
2. 5 Eggs
3. 1 cup cheesedog or sausage
4. 1 cup mushrooms
5. 1 cup cheddar cheese, grated
6. Oil or butter for frying
7. Salt and pepper to taste


1. Beat eggs, salt and pepper in medium bowl until blended. Add pork giniling filling, cheesedog or sausage, grated cheese and mushroom; mix well.

2. Heat oil or butter in a nonstick pan or skillet over medium heat. Pour in egg mixture; Cover and cook over low heat until eggs are almost set, about 15 to 20 minutes.

3. Remove from heat. Carefully slice into wedges and plate.

4. Serve hot. Bon appetit!


1.In step 2, open cover every 5 minutes to release moisture. If the moist has gone, cover it again.

2. You can add more ingredients like basil leaves, spinach, black olives and bacon.

3. You can place the frittata in an oven or a broiler after the pan to lessen the cooking time.



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