This chickpea baked frittata makes a delicious breakfast or snack. This frittata has a nice light texture, and the baking process makes it easy to prepare. Serve the slices with your favourite fresh fruit, sweet potatoes roasted, or anything else you prefer.
When I was in Amsterdam a few months ago, I stopped by a quaint vegan café and pastry shop named Koffee End Koeck.
There was a chickpea-frittata on the menu.
Chickpea frittatas aren’t new to me. I’ve made a few versions at home, and I’ve also made many different attempts at socca.
This frittata had a different texture. This frittata was different. It had a plumper texture, a baked top that was firm and had a wonderful salty and savory taste.
They served the frittata in slices at the cafe so that you could have it as a quick snack. This is what I did for my return flight.
Also, the frittata is served as a sandwich for breakfast.
I ended up liking the frittata so much that I asked the cafe owner if she’d share the recipe with me. She was very kind and shared the recipe.
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