Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Yummy, yummy frittata! You won't be disappointed!

I occasionally make Frittata’s. I like them because they're pretty healthy (can be made healthy) and super easy to make. If you've never had one, it's sort of like a quiche minus the crust. Last night, we didn't have a lot of food in the house, but we had eggs, broccoli, cheese, onion, garlic, tomatoes and turkey sausage. I thought a Frittata was in order. You can use whatever you want or like in terms of veggies and you can even use egg beaters or egg whites if you don't want to use the whole egg.
Turn your oven to 375 or 400 degrees. Mix your eggs together (I used six) and I also added a bit of cream to the mixture.
Next, you'll want to prep all of your veggies. I washed my broccoli and cut it up:
You'll probably want to add some olive oil to a pan and heat the oil. Start adding each ingredient one by one until you've added everything:
When you're finished Sautéing everything, pour all of the items into the egg mixture. Stir gently.
You'll want to get out a baking dish, lightly grease it (I use non-stick spray stuff) and add your entire mixture into the pan. I also added a tiny bit of jack cheese on top.
Bake for 25-30 minutes until the cheese looks golden brown.
I plated a piece of Frittata with some mixed grapes and I added picante/salsa to the top. Yum!

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