Skewers of stuffed omelette rolls are a quick and tasty appetizer that can also be prepared in advance. It will keep in the refrigerator, sealed in plastic wrap, until ready to serve.
They are finger food perfect for an aperitif with friends or for an appetizer or a buffet on the terrace.
But they will also be ideal to serve for the Christmas and New Year’s parties that are approaching.
I want to show you these Omelette Rolls with Bresaola (Rotolini di frittata con bresaola) that can be found on my Italian blog.
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- Preparation time30 Minutes
- Rest time1 Hour
- Cooking time20 Minutes
- Cooking methodStove
Ingredients for about 12-14 skewers of stuffed omelette rolls
for the omelettes
for the stuffing
Preparation of omelettes (frittatine)
Swirl the skillet to distribute the mixture all over its bottom.
Cook for a few minutes until the omelet comes off the bottom easily. At this point, turn it over and cook for a few seconds.
Slide onto a cutting board and allow to cool.
If the frittata does not come off, gently lift it from the edges with a spatula.
Stuffing the omelettes
In a bowl, mix the spreadable cream cheese (robiola) with a pinch of salt and pepper.
Wash and dry the cherry tomatoes.
When the frittatas are cold, spread them with the robiola cheese. Arrange a row of cherry tomatoes in the center, one next to the other, then roll the frittatas up tightly.
Rest in the fridge
Seal the stuffed omelets with foil and store in the refrigerator for at least an hour or until ready to serve.
Preparing and serving the Skewers of stuffed omelette rolls
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