Sunday, 6 March 2016

Twaróg (Polish farmer's cheese) & celery leaf frittata

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Twaróg (Polish farmer's cheese) & celery leaf frittata
Twaróg (Polish farmer's cheese) & celery leaf frittata.  A simple brunch or supper dish with the fresh flavour of celery leaves, an ingredient that is often overlooked. Not just for garnishing Bloody Mary cocktails, and too good to waste, celery leaves are a much underused part of the vegetable. They add a distinct herbal flavour that complements the fresh, garlic infused twaróg cheese in this frittata recipe.

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  1. This looks really tasty! I'm impressed you've made your own cheese too - It's something I've been meaning to have a go at for a while but haven't quite got around to it. Thank you for linking up with #CookOnceEatTwice as well!

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    1. Thank you Corina - it's really easy to make and you don't need any special stuff. I remember my gran making it regularly. Thanks for hosting too - a lovely link up :)

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  2. I've never heard of twarog before, I'll have to keep a look out for it. You're so right about celery leaves they have a lovely favour that's such a shame to waste.

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  3. It's really easy to make yourself too. Thanks for your comments & popping over :)

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  4. Frittata is one of our favorite thiongs to have for brunch on the weekends. This look fab! I'll be tryng it tomorrow. Thanks for joining us for Thursday Favorite things blog hop.
    Cheers,
    Jennifer
    http://awellstyledlife.com

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    1. ours too - so versatile with so many different flavours and ingredients. Do you have any favourite recipes?

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  5. oh I do adore a fritatta but haven't seen one quite so glorious and earthy as this, it looks beautiful and I must try and track down some of that cheese! Thanks for linking to Simply Eggcellent x

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    1. thanks so much - you'll find the cheese in Polish shops - but it's so easy to make yourself too

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  6. Mmmm I'm loving the sound of this! That cheese sounds fab and I love that you've used a bit of the veg that normally gets chucked out. A great no waste food challenge entry, thank you!

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth - I like eating the leaves more than the stalk, although it is good in a Bloody Mary ;)

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