Asparagus and Mushroom Frittata This recipe for Asparagus and Mushroom Frittata is a two-egg frittata. That simply means this recipe is enough for one person or a “single serving size” frittata. This easy frittata serves one, but can easily be stretched for two. If serving …
Potato and Onion Frittata Potato and Onion Frittata is a meatless, quick recipe that is delicious for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I’m not a lover of a ‘huge’ breakfast. What I mean by that is, I prefer a bowl of cereal, some fruit and a …
Mediterranean Frittata is a super delicious and easy to make frittata. If you’ve never made a frittata before you need to start and this is the perfect recipe to start with. Made with aromatic veggies like garlic and onions, dried herbs like basil and oregano. Chopped can tomatoes, black olives and orzo pasta round out the list of add in ingredients. Shredded mozzarella cheese tops this egg-based dish. You can never go wrong with a frittata, I always say.
What is a Frittata?
Pronounced [frih-TAH-tuh] An Italian Omelet that usually has the ingredients mixed with the eggs, rather than being folded inside, as with a French omelet. It can be flipped or the top can be finished under a broiling unit. An omelet is cooked quickly over moderately high heat and after folding has a flat-sided half-oval shape. A frittata is firmer because it’s cooked very slowly over low heat and round because it isn’t folded.
As with an omelet, any ingredient combination can be used to make a delicious, satisfying and very affordable meal. Make a Frittata for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a late-night snack. Anytime is a good time for a frittata. A frittata is a great way to use up the left-overs that are sitting in your refrigerator. You can use any combination of left-overs you have. This recipe calls for using left-over cooked orzo pasta but you could also use rice.
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