Do you have an out-of-control bed of mint that you don’t know what to do with? Well, I have a sprawling mint bed that’s threatening to take over the world. But it’s cool, because I chop it up to make frosia. It’s a Sicilian thing and it’s one of my favorite things ever. And I’m going to share my Grandma Annie’s recipe with y'all, because I’m super nice.
1 dozen eggs
1 ½ cups grated Romano
I small onion, finely chopped
I package of hot dog buns crumbled up (you could use any white bread. But “package of hot dog buns” is the Grandma Annie standard measurement)
A handful (about 1/3 cup) of fresh mint, finely chopped
Salt and pepper to taste (yeah, you have to taste raw eggs. I’m fearless like Grandma. But it’s about a teaspoon?)
Mix ingredients well. Place in well greased skillet and bake 350 for 20-22 minutes. (But sometimes I finish off the top by broiling for just a minute)
Cut into squares. Can serve hot but it’s just as good if not better room temp.