Quick ‘Frittata’

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.)
  1. Keep your eggs at medium heat. Scramble occasionally as they start to firm up.
  2. Add halved tomatoes while the eggs are still somewhat ‘soupy.’
  3. When the eggs are nearly done, add in the goat cheese and cover.
  4. Once the eggs are a ‘firm’ consistency, serve and enjoy!



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