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Lentil and tuna frittata with tomato salad

A simple school night dinner that the kids can help prepare. It's colourful, nutritious and filling.

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Recipe brought to you by Sunny Qeen Farms www.eggsforsoldiers.com.au

Ingredients

Frittata

8 Sunny Queen Eggs for Soldiers eggs 

1/2 cup low fat milk

1 can lentils

1 onion, diced

1/2 red capsicum, diced

1 can tuna in spring water

Pepper to taste

Spray oil

Tomato Salad

4 tomatoes, medium sized, cut into wedges  (use different colours and shapes if available)

1/2 red onion, diced

1/2 bunch chives, chopped

1 tsp balsamic vinegar

3 tsp extra virgin olive oil

Pepper to taste

Use fresh basil leaves instead of chives

Method

Preheat oven to 180°C.

Crack the eggs into a bowl add milk and whisk.

Spray an ovenproof pan or dish with oil place onto the stovetop and heat.

Add onions and capsicum and sauté lightly.

Add tuna and lentils, stir and then add the egg mixture.

Stir and place into the oven for around 15 minutes or until cooked.

In the mean time place tomatoes onto a plate, sprinkle with onions, chives and drizzle with oil and vinegar, season with pepper.

Remove frittata from oven, leave to cool for 5 minutes than remove from pan and cut into portion size triangles.

 

When shopping for these kid friendly egg recipes, add Eggs for Soldiers free range eggs to your basket where by 30c from every pack supports returned soldiers. Find out more at www.eggsforsoldiers.com.au

Sunny Queen’s Eggs for Soldiers are free range and available at Coles supermarkets as a large 500g 10 pack, RRP $5.69 (QLD, NSW, VIC, SA, TAS)

 

Main ingredient:
Eggs, Tomato
Occasion:
Kids' cooking

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