What do you do with leftovers? Repurpose them into a Roasted Vegetable and Ham Frittata.
We had leftover roasted vegetables from dinner and leftover ham from the split pea soup I recently made. I tossed the vegetables and ham together and put them in the bottom of a buttered deep-dish pie pan. It took nine well-beaten eggs with to cover this. I didn’t add any salt and pepper to the eggs because the vegetables were well seasoned and the ham salty. It was the right decision, adding any more salt would have been too much.
We had the frittata for dinner with enough leftover for lunch the next day.
Place the vegetables and ham in the bottom of a lightly greased deep-dish pie pan.
Beat the eggs and dairy until frothy. Pour over the vegetables.
Bake for one and one-quarter hours or until the frittata is completely set. Test with the blade of a knife. The frittata is done when the knife comes out clean.Print
Roasted Vegetable and Ham Frittata
The vegetables I used were well seasoned and I opted not to season the frittata. Be sure to taste your leftovers before seasoning.
- Prep Time: 20 minutes
- Cook Time: 85 minutes
- Total Time: 1 hour 45 minutes
- Yield: 6 portions
- Category: Eggs
- 2 cups Leftover vegetables
4 ounces ham, cut into small cubes
9 large eggs
1/4 cup milk or half and half
Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
- Preheat oven to 325ºF.
- Place the vegetables and ham in the bottom of a lightly greased deep-dish pie pan.
- Beat the eggs and milk until frothy.
- Pour over the vegetables.
- Bake for one and one-quarter hours or until the frittata is completely set.
- Test with the blade of a knife. The frittata is done when the knife comes out clean.
- Let sit for 10 minutes to solidify.