Tag: Onion

Favorite Slow Cooker French Onion Soup

Favorite Slow Cooker French Onion Soup

Favorite Slow Cooker French Onion Soup Favorite Slow Cooker French Onion Soup is so easy and delicious. The slow cooker does all the work for you, even eliminates the tedious job of caramelizing the onions. After long hours on low heat, the sliced onions become 

Savory Onion Muffins

Savory Onion Muffins This is one of those times as a food blogger that I am so thankful that I have a nice selection of recipes, like this recipe for Savory Onion Muffins, in draft form. With the recent tornado that went through northern Wisconsin, 

Potato and Onion Frittata

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 glass of juice to start off my day. Of course I will always reach for the doughnut, muffin or slice of coffee cake first but I reserve that for a ‘special occasion.’

On the Other Hand

On the other hand, my hubby loves a huge breakfast. Bacon, eggs, toast, hash browns, pancakes and juice. You know the kind of breakfast. The kind of breakfast you definitely don’t want to make at home…dishes, dishes, and more dishes. Go down to the Chute Pond Diner, that’s what I say! Even though I’m not a fan of a huge breakfast, I do love a breakfast for dinner. Scrambled eggs, omelettes, a frittata or even french toast. I can eat any of these traditional  ‘breakfast’ dishes for dinner anytime.

What is a Frittata

A frittata [frih-TAH-tuh] is 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 it’s round because it isn’t folded.

potato and onion

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