Recipe: Weightwatchers Salmon, red onion and courgette frittata

Recipe adapted from Weightwatchers.

100g of Smoked Salmon (original says 120g but I didn't want to buy a 300g packet of salmon!)
1 red onion
1 courgette
6 medium eggs
2 packs of green beans
3 tablepoons of dried herbs
1 teaspoon of cooking oil
350g of new potatoes

The original recipe doesn't include the red onion nor the courgette but I just thought it bulked it up a bit. You can put whatever veg you fancy in it!

6 propoints per serving
Served 4
Takes 30 minutes

001. Chop the potatos into quarters and boil them in the water for 10 minutes
You don't have to chop them up but I found that they cooked quicker. Once they're tender and cooked slice into small pieces.002. Chop all red onion and courgette in however small you fancy! 003: Put a teaspoon of oil into a large frying pan and chuck all the veg in. Don't forget to keep stirring so it doesn't stick to the bottom. 005: Crack the six eggs into a bowl (i'd use a bigger one in future as you can't whisk very well in a small bowl) and add the three tablespoons of dry herbs. It does say in the orginal recipe to use fresh herbs (parsley and dill) but we just used what we had in the cupboard. Up to you what you choose to use! Wisk the ingredients together.
006: Pop the potatos in the pan and poor the egg mixture over the veg and potatoes.
007. Chop the smoked slamon into little pieces and spread evenly across the frittata. Cook on the hob for around 10 minutes so it sets. Then pop into the oven to help brown it off.
007. Ta da! Personally next time I think i'd add some baby corn as the plate looked a bit empty. I think it's more of a summer dinner than a winter warmer. It was very nice, even if I do say so myself! I think I did pretty well for my first time making something from scratch. I think everyone is my house were in shock that I actually made something edible and the house isn't burnt down. Rather enjoying this Weightwatchers lark!

Let me know if you make it!


  1. Mmmm love ANYTHING with smoked salmon :) x

  2. Mmm, this looks so yummy! I've actually never tried smoked salmon before, but I think I'll have to!

    Catherine, XO.

  3. well done you! I love your pan btw, it looks like a good one. Can't get my hubby to eat fritata, he doesn't like it being eggy, pleb.

  4. I often have spanish tortilla for tea - it's so filling, protein & carbs ahoy! But also very healthy too :)

  5. I love frittata! Haven't had one in so long, I might have to try this though :) xxx

  6. that looks so good! need to try this!


  7. It looks soooo delicious and healthy! x

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  8. this looks delicious, i'll have to try it! x

  9. Looks really good. My Mum is on weightwatchers so might suggest this one to her! Thanks!


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