Frittata tagliatelle is an easy and quick dish to prepare. It’s made with thin frittatas sliced to resemble tagliatelle. It’s a dish perfect to make with kids because it’s a fun way to eat a boring food like frittata. You can eat these tagliatelle like a real plate of pasta with tomatoes sauce or pesto or any other ingredient you would normally use for pasta.
This recipe is great for every season because you can prepapare it using hot sauces like ragù or cold dressings like pesto for examples.
Frittata tagliatelle with courgette pesto, tuna chunks and cherry tomatoes
- large eggs: 8
- parsley finely chopped: 1 tbsp
- Parmesan cheese freshly grated: 40 grams
- cherry tomatoes on the vine: 350 grams
- tuna chunks in olive oil: 150 grams
- homemade courgette pesto or other pesto: 100 grams
- salt to taste
- pepper to taste
- extra virgin olive oil as needed
- For making the frittata tagliatelle prepare the courgette pesto and set aside.
- Then prepare the fritattas. In a big bowl hand whisk the eggs with Parmesan, parsley, salt and pepper.
- Grease a pancake pan with a little oil and prepare very thin frittatas. They should be thin as a crêpe. Place the frittatas on plate one of top of each other.
- Meanwhile place the tomatoes on a baking tray lined with parchment paper, drizzle with oil, season with salt and pepper and oven bake into the preheated oven to 200°C for about 10 minutes or until soft and slightly burnt.
- Roll the frittatas together and cut them into slices 1 cm wide like tagliatelle.
- Put the frittata tagliatelle into a bowl, add the pesto and the tuna chunks and mix well. Divide into plates, add the oven baked tomatoes and serve.