When I first found out about frittata soup in Italy, I was curious. You can actually roll up the frittata and then slice it like you do fresh tagliatelle. Then you just drop them into simmering hot broth and add some basic veggies (or you can even go without).
You can make your own frittata like I did with the recipe I am sharing here — a basic one mixed with fresh parsley and spring onions — or you can also recycle your leftover frittata. Use whatever ingredients you have around for the frittata, as long as they go well with the soup.
As for the veggies I mixed with the broth, I just grabbed some I already had in my refrigerator. Like with the ingredients of the frittata, be free with the veggies too. The important thing is that it always comes out delicious.
Frittata can be recycled and used as a main ingredient in a simple hot soup. Just use good store-bought vegetable broth or homemade if you have some ready, and then add some vegetables. It's as simple as that.
Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 20 minutes | Total time: 30 minutes
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