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This dish was one of usual ideas for leftover makeover. But the taste was really good though.
No food burnt! I used not only fresh arugula but also the mixture of dried leeks and scallions precooked with olive oil by baking all of those in the oven with a lid. The ratio of dry heat to moist heat made it a bit dark.
Based on the basic tips for usually popular Frittata. And tweaked as to my liking. Considering that, you already get the point of this dish in a few important ways.
Made from Chopped Chinese mushrooms, red onions&shallots chopped(better than ordinary onions chopped), small diced broccoli, cauliflowers in quarters, unflavored runny soybean sauce, carrot coins, minced garlic cloves, DRIED LEEKS, chopped ARUGULA, chopped SCALLIONS, chopped cherry tomatoes, eggs, ground black pepper, paprika, olive oil and a bit of Berbere(typical Ethiopian spice blend) and tiny bit of Baharat(a.k.a Lebanese 7 Spice).
>The recipes of these spice blends are on the after topping tap. If needed, see attached recipes.
Topped with marinated artichoke hearts, slightly COOKED black olives seasoned with olive oil, peperoncino and lemon juice, Allulose candied ginger chopped, red sauce(which made from red hot pepper, red bell pepper, Chinese mushroom powdered and Allulose), yogurt sauce and dried parsley.
Marinated artichoke hearts and black olives both will go nicely with this dish. Specifically precooked black olives add up to a likable flavoring. No taste conflict.
About the leafy part of the batter, the mixture of 30% dried leeks, 40% scallions and 30% arugula might be close to the ideal.
In case of using usual onions rather than the suggestion, it’s needed to adjust the moisture of the batter.
• Recipes for Berbere and Baharat
1. For Berbere
Berbere is a very popular Ethiopian spice mix. Basically flavorful spicy, on that, bit hot spicy. It’s famous and popular for many people as an obligatory ingredient for Doro Wat(Spicy Ethiopian Chicken Stew). You could just give it a shot.
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