Here's my simple frittata recipe:
A frittata is a great way to make a delicious, wholesome breakfast that's far and away a better alternative than a stack of pancakes or a bowl of cereal. You can use any vegetables you have left over in your fridge, which is great if you're the type that buys a bunch of vegetables without a clear plan of what to do with them (like me!).
- eggs (2 or 3 per serving)
- milk (1/4 cup for every 2 eggs)
- cheese (optional)
- sausage or bacon (optional)
- whatever veggies you have on hand: broccoli, onions, summer squash, sweet potatoes, etc.
Super easy directions:
- preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- In a small mixing bowl, combine eggs and milk. Stir.
- In a frying pan, cook bacon or sausage until ½ cooked. Add vegetables and cook until nearly done – 5-7 minutes.
- Add milk and egg mixture to the frying pan. Cook until eggs are about half cooked, stirring frequently.
- Cover the top of this concoction with cheese of your choice: parmesan is great but really any cheese would be great.
- Put it in the oven for 15-20 minutes, uncovered. Keep an eye on it. It'll be done when the top is browned and there's no more liquid visible in the center.