Frittata – an Italian dish made of fried beaten eggs, resembling a Spanish omelet.
I’ve loved Frittata’s ever since I had my first one about 6 months ago. I mean, what’s not to love? They’re basically a quiche without the guilt of that oh… so… delicious crust.
Now, this little ‘invention’ of mine isn’t exactly a Frittata (because it doesn’t go in the oven) but it’s pretty close… and very delicious!
For this ‘Frittata’ you’ll need:
- Eggs (room-temp)
- Cherry Tomatoes (halved)
- Goat cheese (or other crumbly cheese that you adore.)
- Keep your eggs at medium heat. Scramble occasionally as they start to firm up.
- Add halved tomatoes while the eggs are still somewhat ‘soupy.’
- When the eggs are nearly done, add in the goat cheese and cover.
- Once the eggs are a ‘firm’ consistency, serve and enjoy!