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Salami frittatas and spinach salad for $3.30 per serve

Salami frittatas and spinach salad for $3.30 per serve
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Serving Size: Serves 4
Cooking time: Less than 60 minutes
Course: Finger food, Lunch, Main
Favourite flavours: Easy recipes
Cooking method: bake
Season: All year round
Convenience: Budget, four or less

Salami frittatas and spinach salad for $3.30 per serve
INGREDIENTS

potato, 500g, peeled, chopped, parboiled
sliced salami, 100g, chopped
red onion, ½, sliced
eggs, 6
thyme sprigs, 4
baby spinach leaves, 150g
DRESSING
olive oil, 2 tablespoons
lemon juice,
2 tablespoons
anchovies, 2, mashed
garlic, 1 small clove, crushed
METHOD

  1. Preheat oven to hot, 200°C. Lightly grease and line four 10cm springform pans with baking paper. Place on an oven tray.

  2. Divide potato, salami and onion among pans. In a jug, whisk eggs with seasoning to taste. Pour evenly among pans and top with thyme. Bake 20-25 minutes, until tops turn golden.

  3. DRESSING: In a jug, whisk all ingredients together. Season.

  4. In a bowl, toss dressing and spinach together. Serve frittatas warm or

  5. cold, with salad.



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