Cherry tomato, prosciutto and ricotta fritatta


I am back from my summer travels to Europe and an amazing workshop in New York. More about those later.

For now, I wanted to share a simple frittata dish with you. I cooked this cherry tomato, prosciutto and ricotta frittata for my friend Jocelyn Casey’s site The Little Room of Style – a little collaboration who have started where I will share some of my favorite breakfast recipes.

I love breakfast and my head is always spinning with new concoctions. Stay tuned.


For the recipe visit Jocelyn’s blog.

I will be back with images from the Basque Country and more.

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50 Responses to “Cherry tomato, prosciutto and ricotta fritatta”

  1. dasha says:

    absolutely gorgeous and delicious!! looks perfect for summer!

  2. Liria says:

    Hi Aran! That frittata looks amazing. I will give it a try. I can’t wait to hear from your new project, that breakfast collaboration sounds really good. Your pictures like always are perfects.

    Hasta pronto!

  3. Rosa says:

    Delicious! A wonderful way of combining those ingredients.



  4. Sina says:

    I love frittata. Can’t wait to hear about your workshops in Europe and NY

  5. Heavenly combo!! We love breakfasts too and can’t wait to see more of your recipes :)

  6. Oh, hooray!!! It’s always fun to see a post from you and, even more precious, we have sixty chickens in our dooryard and I am always desperate for new egg recipes!! ;) This looks perfect!! =)


  7. Hannah says:

    This looks beautiful – I love frittatas, there is something so simple and yet utterly gorgeous about them. Plus, they’re such an easy meal!

  8. Erin says:

    Ah, this looks so delicious. My friend has some cherry tomatoes in her backyard that are growing like crazy. It looks like I will be going over there to grab myself a basketful for this recipe!

    xx Erin

  9. Eugenia says:

    You have inspired me for preparing something simple and delicious. It has been ages that I do not make a frittata.

  10. SaraLu says:

    Que pinta tan estupenda, Aran. Siempre es un placer visitar tu blog y disfrutar de tus fotos.
    Besitos desde Donosti.

  11. Wendy Read says:

    gorgeous as always :) I am working on eliminating gluten, so this recipe will be perfect for me! It is lovely to have you back.

  12. Exquisito y fotos bellísimas. Saludos

  13. Absolutely gorgeous frittata. Ricotta and breakfast food.. a girl after my own heart.

  14. This sounds and looks wonderful. I’m thinking this will be perfect for Sunday’s dinner. Thank you for sharing!

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  16. La Torontoise says:

    Aran, I’ve been reading and enjoying your blog for more than 8 months now, and I’m learmning from your food photography approach. However, my day work has been very hectic and I only now could write. I’m currently on a 6 week vacation stay in the South of France, very close to a farmers’ market, enjoying fresh produce every day. Will make this fritatta tomorrow for lunch! I love tortilla style dishes and omelettes! And this one is so colorful and summery!!
    Thank you so much!

  17. Que pinta tan estupenda, como siempre. Esta pidiendo comerla, y el plato azul donde lo presentas es una preciosidad, así da tanto gusto venir de visita a tu blog,

  18. La Torontoise says:

    Aran, I’m back:-) I did it; used organic goat cheese; fresh and soft (instead of ricotta); also, gave it a little bit of grean by adding basil leaves on the top when serving. Was soo delicious! Simple and memorable meal! A big hit for the family: my child loved it!
    Thank you and have a great weekend!

  19. Gloria says:

    Beautiful photos…looks delish!

  20. I love your style of making. My mouth is wattering.. lol.

  21. Oh my god … This recipe is spectacular!
    It’s delicious! And wonderful photos!

    We are back from vacation and have smiles at her to see your recipe.

    ‘Spicy’ greetings

  22. Laura says:

    I love frittatas and I cannot wait to try this one! Beautiful pictures as well!

  23. bo roth says:

    are you really in seattle? I’ve been giving away buckets of plums from my tree – which hasn’t been as lovely an experience as prior years — and I realized: I could bring some to you, if you are in town!!

    I live right by book larder!

    bo roth

  24. Gorgeous! It’s things like this that remind me why I’m not trying to go vegan anymore.

  25. Down here in Melbourne, Australia, it’s winter and cold; nice to see some sun blushed tomatoes. Inspiring photographs.

  26. Angela says:

    This looks delicious! Beautiful photos!
    Angela (Food & Photography by Angela Gotborn)

  27. El says:

    Lovely. Welcome home!

  28. Foodsworth says:

    Looks super tasty…too bad I’m on my juice cleanse right now!!

  29. Aran, loved it. First made it your way, now I’m playing around with other ingredients.

  30. Wonderful and simply delicious!

  31. Judy says:

    Yummy frittata!!!! Cheesyyyyy meal, this is what I love the most in a dish. :) Perfect breakfast or dinner!! Beautiful photos, too.

  32. Catherine says:

    So pretty! We are awash in cherry tomatoes right now, thanks for the reminder to try a frittata instead of my current default omelet.

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  34. Lara says:

    Love the color of those tomatoes. Great combination, I think the ricotta will make the frittata. I’m inspired now! Great post.

  35. Katherine says:

    Hi Aran,

    I’m new to your blog – but this looks delicious. My boyfriend is a BIG breakfast lover so I’ll have to try it out on him.


  36. Anne Teillet says:

    Très joli blog ! Les recettes donnent envie !

  37. Hi Aran,
    I am french and I live now in Australia. I opened 4 months ago a concept-store called French Rendez Vous and I represent only french designers and most of the collection is hand made in France. I recreate a Parisian apartment with a lounge where I offer tea, coffee and french patisserie for my customers. I organize events about french conversation, french fashion, french art de vivre etc … Monthly I want to send a newsletter to my customers and not only about fashion but about books, movies, exhibitions and recipes. And it will be a honor if I can use some of your recipes and photos, with your credit, in these newsletters. It is our fist newsletter.
    This is my website if you want to have a look. Don t hesitate if you have any question.
    Thank you.
    Looking forward to reading you.
    Warm regards

  38. Kaixo Aran!
    Te acabo de descubrir en estos días. En primer lugar enhorabuena por tu libro (me parece maravilloso), por tu blog, por los premios. Un trabajo bello, bello, … bellísimo. Acabo de empezar en este mundo del blog y desde luego eres mi inspiración.
    Salud y suerte.
    Un abrazo

  39. Rita says:

    Any recipe with cherry tomatoes is a winner in my book – this looks absolutely delicious!

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