The combination of onions, tomatoes, and cured pork cheek is incontestably perfect. Yep, that's what typically comprises a traditional Amatriciana sauce.
You'll usually use it to smother noodles or fill ravioli, but this holy trinity of ingredients also fits in beautifully for breakfast.
Thanks to Melissa Rodriguez, who presides over the 10,000-square foot kitchen at New York landmark Del Posto, we have a light, fluffy frittata all'Amatriciana recipe that is as easy as it is versatile.
All you need are its three aforementioned main ingredients, plus a lot of eggs and cheese, and you have a truly memorable breakfast item that's just as good at 9 PM as it is at 9 AM, or anywhere in between.
RECIPE: Frittata all'Amatriciana
Breakfast for dinner might just become dinner for breakfast.