How can a campfire party lack a delicious Frittata？This easy made recipe of campfire cooking can satisfy everyone who attends the campfire party!
Frittata is my favorite dish, not only for breakfast. And I was always thinking that can I bring it to campfire? After several experiment on open fire, I invite someone important to take a bite. This summer Idate my girlfriend and show her the sweet dishes that I favorite most. With the full shining star glaring at us, the comfortable winds touching our faces, I handed my delicious frittata and gave her anniversary present. Of course I got a romantic kiss and warm hug. I can’t deny the contribution of the food. She said that Frittata in her mouth recall the memory of childhood. So I want to share this campfire cooking with you in order to make your party more attractive. Nothing can’t beat the Frittata in campfire cooking menu, what more important is almost everyone even a kid can make it by themselves after learning and trying. But there still are some points need to be cared when you make it to prevent you from ruining it. And if you want to know more information about this recipe, go read it!
The ingredients of this campfire cooking are very common so you can gather them in any market. I suggest that you should check your list before buying to avoid that something is lack when the process has been finished half.
You can prepare the onion, cherry tomatoes, cheddar and basil can all be diced and sliced at home and stored in small reusable containers or plastic bags in advance in your kitchen that bring more conveniences. Those ingredients should be stored in a freezer to keep fresh.You can cook frittata on campfire oven as well. As noted below, the cook time depend on the heat of stove so be mindful and sensitive of time because the campfire is hard to control.
Yield: 8 slices
- 12 large eggs
- 1 small red onion, diced
- 1 cup halved cherry tomatoes
- 3/4 cup shredded sharp cheddar
- 1/4 cup chopped basil, plus more for garnish
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
- Black pepper to taste
- Olive oil
- Aluminum foil (if no lid is available)
- When your campfire is already to start the cooking and the skillet is hot, pour the oil just cover the pan. Then put the diced onions in it and keep stirring until the onions are soften
- While the onions cook, whisk together the eggs. Seasoning the combination with basil, grated cheddar, sea salt and black pepper. Then put aside.
- When the onions are translucent, put the tomatoes into the skillet and stir. Finally, add the egg mixture. Stir them altogether quickly and powerfully. Let the skillet continually be heating, until the eggs begin to set around the edges, for 5 minutes.
- Use aluminum foil to wrap the eggs around the edge of the skillet. (Protect your bare hands with towel or cooking gloves from burning!)
- Cook the frittata for about 20 minutes until the center has set. Take off the foil to let the frittata cool down before serving.
This campfire cooking normally was cooked in dry oven without a foil covered, so it may be get moisture due to the campfire, but not a bad thing at all.