Sardines frittata in tortilla

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

7 Responses

  1. Rose says:

    In Australia you can have tortilla wraps with pretty much anything in them in cafes :) One of my favourite things to eat for breakfast is a bacon and egg wrap – the one I had yesterday had chillies, chive omelette and bacon in a toasted tortilla wrap (obviously these are not things that I can have every day!).

    I’d love to try out your recipe, but I’ll need to wait until my partner isn’t home – he’s not a big fan of strong tasting fish. I absolutely love them, lol.

  2. Connie says:

    “you can have tortilla wraps with pretty much anything in them”

    Oh, I love that idea! Tortillas are low fat and there’s something about the experience of biting into a tortilla that elevates sandwich eating into something more exotic.

  3. solraya says:

    I was thinking how to show and serve our grass fed chickens, cooked w/ herbs for IFEX next week.

    “you can have tortilla wraps with pretty much anything in them” is a good idea for me.

    Thank you

  4. Marie says:

    I love sardines! My favourite way to eat them is to have them with rice, calamansi and patis. I prefer the ones in oil (aka: Spanish-style) but, also love the tomato sauce ones on saltines and cheese on top.

  5. Mely Johnson says:

    My daughter-in-law from Texas introduced me to eating tortilla as dessert and I love it. She toasts the tortilla on both sides in a non-stick pan without oil or butter. While still very hot, butter one side of it and spread jam…use your fav jam. My fav is raspberry. You can roll it up or break off piece by piece. Really good. Its addicting!
    Thanx Ms. Connie for a fabulous site!

  6. noes says:

    happy mother’s day connie.

  7. Julius S. says:

    For a lazy Sunday morning breakfast, I yelled to my kids how were they in a mood for Sardines for a fritatta in a Tortilla for breakfast. It was a resounding NO!, LOL. I guess they always associate Sardines with those in a can.

    Instead , I made Chicken a la King like you suggested (using Nora D. Galing Galing recipe) and made that as a fritatta to the potatoes, chopped tomatoes, cheese and minced garlic that you describe.

    I warmed the flour tortilla by covering it with wet paper towels and microwaved it. I filled the Tortilla with the Chicken a la king fritatta ; rolled it; cut the roll diagonally in the middle; slightly stacked them for presentation; poured some chunky salsa at the side of the dish; an ahh… feels like I’m in some Mexican Cantina.

    Julius S.