Frittata is so light, quick and adaptable that you can eat them any time of the day. A frittata is an egg-based dish that can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It tastes just as good (and probably better) cold or at room temperature; and can be paired with anything, including leftover food.
Bonus? Frittata recipes are also incredibly easy to make. But to make this classic Italian dish even easier, replace the traditional (and complex) technique of folding and rotating on the stove with stirring and baking. There is no limit to how many ingredients you can add to a frittata. It's a versatile dish that can be useful for creative cooks. Below are ten different ways to make the frittata.
You have to use heavy cream and sweet peas to make this frittata recipe.
A spicy chilli cheese rice frittata is perfect to spice up your usual lunch.
This frittata recipe can be a great go-to lunch which you can simply eat with salad.
Grab broccoli and cheddar, add eggs to them and whip it in the oven. Here we go, a perfect recipe is ready.
You can pair this bell pepper and potato frittata with toast and spicy soup.