We say Frittata

by Hank Donat on 04/14/2020

Even in quarantine it’s possible to make it nice.® When it comes to a delicious meal, lovingly prepared for your family, a nutritious baked frittata is hard to beat. In lean times it’s more important that ever to use everything, which is another reason we love it.

The best thing about baked frittata aside from the fact it’s gluten free, is the simplicity and versatility of the recipe. Just line a cake pan with baking paper and toss in your favorite freshly prepared or leftover meat and vegetables. We prefer broccoli or Brussels sprouts, chicken or bacon, onions, potatoes and tomatoes. Fresh herbs such as rosemary also make it nice. Add lots of pepper to 10-12 well beaten eggs, salt to taste, and pour over the entire loveliness.

Bake at 375-degrees for 30-40 minutes or until toasty and firm.

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