Frittata Fun

Tonight’s dinner was a last minute decision and it was SO. GOOD.

Frittata!

A ham and veggie frittata!

I had originally planned on making pork for dinner tonight, but my organization’s Past President dropped by our office today for a meeting…

Past Prez

Who, by the way, is crazy, in the best way possible.  I have a million pictures of him doing ridiculous things at various meetings, this is just another one to add to the collection.  Actually, recently at one of our hockey championships he was handing out the awards and decided to dress as…

Don Cherry.

He is a character and a half.

Anywhoozles, he lives in Stratford so he doesn’t come into our office very often, but when he does he always brings treats!  He sometimes brings this amazing chocolate from a local chocolatier that all the ladies in my office are obsessed with, but he lives on a farm and raises chickens, so he always brings us eggs.

Farm Fresh Eggs

Those babies are fresh!  Could have been laid this morning! 😉

I went grocery shopping last night after my run and I just bought eggs, so I had two dozen and I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with them all.

Enter the egg-based frittata.  I have never made one before, but I did a bit of googling and figured it looked pretty simple.  I didn’t follow a recipe because I had a bunch of stuff in the fridge I wanted to use up, so I kinda just threw in whatever.  That is apparently the great thing about frittata’s, you can make them with whatever’s clever!

I prepped all my ingredients, threw them into the frying pan and started cooking.  Here is what went into my frittata mix:

  • 1 chopped red bell pepper
  • 8 chopped asparagus stalks
  • 2 handfuls baby spinach
  • 1/2 yellow onion, chopped
  • 1 clove garlic
  • deli ham, chopped (I didn’t measure this, so let’s just say a handful)

I stir fried all the veggies together for a bit, and then added the ham.

Stir Fry Party

In the meantime, I cracked 6 eggs into a large bowl and mixed them together with a whisk.  I then stirred about a half cup of cheese into the egg mixture.

When the veggies and ham were done cooking, I poured the egg and cheese over them to cover everything.

Ready For Bakin'

I put the entire frying pan in the oven (you can do this with any frying pan apparently, as long as it doesn’t have a rubber handle) and baked it for about 15 minutes at 375 degrees.

Ready For Eatin'

It was amazing.  Like an omelette, but better, and easier!  I don’t know why I’ve never made a frittata before, but let me tell you I will be again.  Possibly tomorrow.  It was healthy, easy, and quick!  My fave.  It would also be perfect for breakfast, or brunch.

Holy Yumfest

I went back for a second slice ;).  Ando and I also each had a whole wheat dinner roll on the side to round out our meal.

I’m out friends, enjoy your Tuesday eve!

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7 responses to “Frittata Fun

  1. Sometimes I slice potatoes very thinly and line the bottom of the frying pan before I throw everything else in, so delicious, and who doesn’t love carbs.

  2. I’m very glad to see that you are putting the glasses to good use and that they are now a staple in your life. As you like to say, sharing is caring. 🙂 That dinna looks delicious but I might try it out as a morning creation sometime soon.
    Can’t wait to see you and Don’s bass! It’s been too long 🙁

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