Sausage and Malunggay Frittata

Sausage and Malunggay Frittata is ideal for breakfast or brunch. It’s quick, healthy, and could be made using whatever leftovers in your fridge you don’t know what to do with.

Sausage and Malunggay Fritata + King Sue Giveaway

Whew! It’s hard to get some work done with a one month old. She really knows how to get mommy not to go out and carry her around all day instead.

My little flower pot #Twinkle #ootd

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And who wouldn’t want to carry this little cutie when she’s as cute as a little flower pot like she is this morning?

So yeah, she is the reason I’ve been missing a lot of blogging days. She keeps me awake at night that I turn into a zombie mommy during the day (so forgive me for typos and grammar lapses). When I go out, I am itching to go home because I terribly miss her and her smell.

I still can’t give much attention to cooking and is leaning mostly to instant food and those that takes less time to cook. Thanks to King Sue Ham for sending over a bag full of goodies. You guys are a meal and mommy savior!

The King Sue Hungarian Sausage went mostly with bread for breakfast but the last piece went into this frittata. I love making fritatas because it’s a very healthy, very easy to cook dish. It’s also a dish wherein you can put whatever ingredients you have on your fridge — even leftovers!

Sausage and Malunggay Fritata + King Sue Giveaway

Cheers to surviving Twinkle’s first month and Cheers to the first month of August! I hope I can muster all my strengths and willpower to be able to share with you all the good things that are happening to me each day!

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Sausage and Malunggay Frittata + King Sue Giveaway

  • Author: Peachy Adarne

Ingredients

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  • 3 large eggs
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • small white onion, chopped
  • 1/2 cup Malunggay leaves
  • 1 piece King Sue Hungarian Sausage, cubed
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 tbsp butter

Instructions

  1. Whisk together eggs and milk in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Set aside.
  2. Heat butter in a small iron skillet, add onions and sauté until translucent.
  3. Add cubed King Sue Hungarian Sausage and cooked for 2 minutes until a little brown.
  4. Add Malunggay leaves, and make sure it has an even distribution in the pan.
  5. Pour on egg mixture and make sure it evenly coats everything.
  6. Wait until base starts to form, then remove from stovetop and place into oven under grill. Grill until golden brown or until cooked.
  7. Serve with toasted bread on the side.

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King Sue Giveaway

And because we like to welcome the month of August with a big bang, The Peach Kitchen and King Sue has teamed up and we’re sharing with you some August love by giving away King Sue goodies! We are giving away 1 (320g) German Franks, 1 (250g) Sliced Bacon, 1 (250g) Pork Tocino, and 1 (250g) Hawaiian Ham to 2(two) lucky The Peach Kitchen readers. It’s very easy to join, just follow the Rafflecopter below…

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  • This contest is open to all readers with a METRO MANILA address where King Sue can deliver the prize.
  • Please follow and complete all the requirements on Rafflecopter.
  • There will only be two (2) winners.
  • This giveaway will start today from August 01 , 2015 until August 15, 2015
  • I will announce the winner on August 16, 2015.
  • The winners will be notified through the e-mail provided.

Good Luck and Thank you so much for joining!

UPDATE: The winners of this giveaway are:
  • Diana Advincula Beatima
  • Judy Ann Trono Bernal
    Congratulations and Thank you for joining! I’ll send you an e-mail on how you can claim your prize.

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68 Responses

  1. Wow! This does look yummy and healthy! I could use this recipe since I’m always on the lookout for something healthy to eat and bring to work these days.

  2. I don’t eat meat so the actual sausage isn’t ‘doable’ for me, but with vegetarian sausage this would be lovely. Thanks 🙂 And your little ‘flower pot’ is adorable 🙂

  3. Thank you for the chance! Hoping to win, King Sue products is very yummmy! ^_^

  4. I love fritatas! This one looks so good. Don’t feel too bad about missing some blogging days though. Moms like me understand. 🙂

  5. Wow! Looks really delicious! This looks like that food they serve in restaurants! 😀 Your baby looks really adorable. 🙂

  6. Firstly your little ‘flower pot’ is so friggen adorable!!!!! You must be so proud! Secondly that fritata looks ace! Nom nom nom!

  7. Your frittata looks beautiful and delicious – perfect for breakfast and brunch. This will be amazing when I have guests here for the holidays. Enjoy your beautiful baby! She’ll grow up so fast. 🙂

  8. Mmm, I love fritata! I really like the fact that you can change up the ingredients so easily. I would go with individual fritatas in my house, and everyone can have their favourite add-ins!

  9. That looks so good I kind of want to print off a picture of it and eat the paper! Seriously though I will be attempting this recipe this weekend. I think its got Sunday written all over it! Anything with bacon or sausage is always a hit with the boys!

  10. The recipe looks amazing for a tasty brunch treat. I love cooking things like this in a solid cast iron skillet – the flavors all come together to make such a great dish.

  11. I love Fritata and serving it up during Sunday brunch at my home! Thanks for sharing your recipe using malunggay veggies. I do not know if I can find that here where I live but it’s great to know that I can use that with Fritata!

  12. II’m not a good cook, but I guess this is worth a try. I better prepare this for myself and friends sometime.. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this.. 🙂

  13. This looks like an amazingly delicious recipe indeed that I would love to try. Yummy!! I love the photo of your little one who is so adorable. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the giveaway.

  14. This sounds so good to me right now. I am Starving and want this in my belly LIKE RIGHT NOW!

  15. Wow. This looks scrumptious and definitely doable. I think I should give this one a try. Thank you for sharing your recipe 🙂

  16. Mga anak ko The Peach Kitchen mahilig sa egg masarap at masustansya po kasi. At may health benifits , Eggs Are High in Quality Protein. Eggs are a good source of Omega-3s.

  17. this looks yummy and healthy too because of the malunggay,another recipe to enjoy thanks for always sharing your ideas and recipes mommy peach.Godbless you more ❤

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →

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