Now, keep in mind frittatas are like a blank canvas, you can add anything you want to them and they'll probably turn out delicious. Minus weird things, like marshmallows and hominy.
So for this particular frittata I grabbed whatever I had in the fridge which was red onion, mushrooms and spinach. Sometimes I add bacon, sometimes I add a little cheese, if I had a red bell pepper I would have definitely thrown it in, it's just whatever you have available.
But you probably already know this. I am new to the frittata scene.
So, here is how I do it. Start with your veggies:
Saute those suckers in a little coconut oil.
SIDE NOTE: Have you heard about coconut oil? No? Well, it is fairly amazing. It has so many health benefits plus it smells/tastes great! I would highly recommend switching to coconut oil for all of your cooking needs. Thank you.
Sprinkle a little pepper on top (or add your cheese) and pop the entire pan into a 350 degree oven for 20 minutes.
SIDE NOTE: Make sure your pan is oven-proof. If you are worried about your handle melting, you can wrap it in aluminum foil.
In the meantime, you should take a power nap or watch your fave show on Hulu. Either one is an excellent choice.
After 20 minutes, pull that puppy out of the oven and let it cool in the pan. I then put it on a cutting board...
...and cut it into quarters. So easy.
Seriously, this is so delicious.
I throw mine in a tupperware and put it in the fridge. I grab a wedge every morning and eat it on my way to work. It is the perfect balance of protein and veggies. I love it because I know I am starting my day off well and this recipe is totally organic. And the best thing is that you can make it exactly how you like it.
Frittatas are cool like that.