My husband loves eggs. Eggs could be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and it is not an issue. It is embarrassing to tell people how many cartons of eggs we go through in a week. A more economical thing for us to do would be to get some chickens. But not sure how our dog would feel about having chickens in her backyard and we would require a lot of chickens to keep up with our demand.
The husband is not too fond of vegetables. So, my challenge when cooking is how to feed him his daily dose of vegetables. I also want him to actually enjoy eating veggies. I love challenges in the kitchen because it forces you to get creative. That’s exactly what I did, I got creative and came up with this frittata full of veggies. This frittata is delicious, but also healthy for you.
Eggs are nutritious, delicious, and so flexible. Most people over cook their eggs and don’t even know it. Eggs are super creamy and soft if prepared correctly.Overcooked eggs are rubbery and dry.I am always a little hesitant to order eggs at restaurants, more often than not they overcooked and under-seasoned. I stick to cooking eggs at home 99.5% of the time. In my soft scrambled eggs post, I share some valuable tips on how to avoid over cooking eggs.
Frittata is an open-faced omelet. Frittata are great for many reasons, they are made in one pan, they are filling, and taste delicious even when they are cold. You can get really creative with frittatas using what you have in the fridge. I make my vegetable frittata with zucchini, bell peppers, and some spinach, but you can swap that for veggies you have or like. This recipe is delicious as is, but feel free to use this as a guideline to personalize it to your taste.This recipe is delicious as is, but feel free to use this as a guideline to personalize it to your taste.
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