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Hot Smoked Sprat Frittata

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Hot smoked sprats and eggs are a marriage made in breakfast / brunch heaven. Whip up this delicious and healthy frittata with eggs, hot smoked sprats, Greek yoghurt, dill, and cherry tomatoes in less than half an hour. It's naturally gluten-free and keto friendly.
Sprat, or brisling, a small oily fish, is rich in high quality protein and beneficial omega-3 fatty acids. They're very similar to sardines in size, but have a somewhat meatier taste. The smoked flavor makes them special! You can leave the sprats intact, head on and guts in and eat them whole.

  • 6 Eggs, large
  • 80 g Full fat Greek yoghurt
  • 2 tbsp Dill, chopped
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  • 100 g Cherry tomatoes, halved
  • Salt and pepper
  • 130 g Hot smoked sprats
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. In a bowl, stir the eggs and yoghurt until combined. Season with salt and pepper and stir in chopped dill.
  2. Prepare a 22cm oven-safe non-stick frying pan with olive oil. Pour the egg mixture into the pan. Arrange the cherry tomatoes and sprats on top. Let it cook for about 4 minutes on low heat.
  3. Then take the skillet to the oven for about 25 minutes or until the eggs are completely cooked.

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eileeninmd 7/2/24 12:36

Looks so pretty and colorful, another yummy recipe.
Take care, have a great day!

DEZMOND 7/2/24 13:18

Fritatta is always a winner, although I prefer it for lunch or dindins. Would not eat sprats even if you pay me though LOL but I am sure they taste delish. I think the last fish I ate was at least ten years ago if not fifteen.

JoAnna 7/2/24 14:17

High-protein food. I like eggs and tomatoes.

Tom 7/2/24 15:05

...this looks delicious!

Lola Martínez 7/2/24 16:50

Creo que el espadin es el pescado que por aquí llamamos boquerón. No lo había visto hasta ahora en una frittata, pero veo que queda muy bien.

foodtravelandwine 7/2/24 17:29

I just want to eat it right now!!....I love every ingredient of this frittata!!!........Abrazotes, Marcela


Te ha quedado un plato delicioso y saludable. Besos

Cooking Julia 7/2/24 23:22

This is such a beautiful frittata!

roentare 8/2/24 00:54

That Frittata looks magnificent.

My name is Erika. 8/2/24 01:34

This looks like a yummy dinner on a cold night. I enjoy egg dishes for dinner. Hope you're week is going well. hugs-Erika

Margaret D 8/2/24 05:17

My that does look wonderful.

Mbul Kecil 8/2/24 10:46

smoked sprats are full of nutricious....i like the way you set platting that looks like a pizza....Yummy

David M. Gascoigne, 8/2/24 13:02

You do come up with interesting meals. Yesterday I had sardines for lunch but Sprat Frittata sounds much more exciting.

Velva-Evening With A sandwich 8/2/24 17:22

Beautiful as always. I had to think about what is 'Sprats' then I saw the photo, fish!

Ben | Havocinthekitchen 9/2/24 00:26

I love smoked sprats. But they are quite strong in terms of prominent flavour, so I love that you've balanced it out with Greek yogurt and tomatoes. Looks fantastic!

Anonymous 9/2/24 03:02

looks delicious Angie. I love frittata and we have it quite often for dinner. I'd leave out the cherry tomatoes tho :=)

Javier 9/2/24 07:55

I wish I had your creative skills! This looks incredible

Eva Taylor 9/2/24 09:18

I’ll pass on leaving the heads on and guts in! Looks like a very tasty dish.

Lowcarb team member 10/2/24 00:10

Looks so good and so healthy :)

All the best Jan

David 10/2/24 04:30

Hi Angie, This frittata is a bit outside my comfort zone. Leaving the heads on and eating the guts is not something I could do... I guess that its what one is used to. I do like sardines and I'd probably like sprats...minus those other parts. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

Happy Retiree's Kitchen 10/2/24 09:17

This looks delicious but I had never heard of sprats, but now I have. Beautifully presented as always.

Raymund | 14/2/24 20:56

can't wait to try this mouthwatering dish and enjoy the unique taste of the sprats complemented by the other ingredients. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe!

Anonymous 18/2/24 06:24

I know that sprats and sardines are not exactly the same, but I bet I could use sardines for this dish. What a lovely and interesting combination. David (C&L)

Judee 18/2/24 21:29

I looks so pretty and something that would really appeal to my husband.


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