My daugher was thrilled, and right away had a feast with her younger sister.
I am home this week, with the rest of the family busy with work and school. Which means I make lunch only for myself, and I have alot of time to do so. Everyday lunches in Norway is actually quite a boring affair, we have the so called "matpakke" - foodie bag, with a couple of pieces of bread with cheese or ham. It is okay when you are hungry enough, which I always am at 11.30am, but nothing to stimulate your appetite :-) - remind me that I must make a "matpakke" blog entry here one day.
But back to my solitary lunches. Yesterday I became hungry as usual around noon, and decided I wanted to make something more creative than a couple of pieces of bread with "brunost" (which is brown goat cheese, sweet and very, very Norwegian). Chasing the fridge I found a few leftover mini salamis from my daughter's gift, and decided to use them in a frittata.
Hence: Frittata with a touch of friendship.
I cut the salamis into small pieces and friend them in the pan with virgin olive oil, leek, garlic and onion. After a few minutes of frying I let this stuffing rest in a bowl while I made the frittata of two eggs, salt, pepper and paprika. Carefully not to burn it I fried the frittata on both sides. When finished I put the stuffing on top, folded the frittata in two, fried a few pieces of French bread and .......