Consisting of seeded cherry tomatoes, red onions, garlic, fresh rosemary and goat cheese, the frittata was an earthy, healthful and filling meal. We enjoyed it quite a bit after taking an active Zumba class prior to it. Even though we're all bread freaks in my family, I opted to pair the frittata with a simple side salad of baby arugula, tomatoes, rustic pieces of burrata cheese, topped with olive oil and pepper. Not only did it make for an elegant brunch, it was quick, easy and versatile. After completing the frittata the night before, I refrigerated it and popped it into the microwave for about a minute and a half before serving it. It totally did the trick and my guests seemed impressed. Pheewww...
Here is the recipe I followed. Instead of using cottage cheese, I substituted with 2 1/2 tbs of good quality goat cheese, and frozen mixed veggies were subsituted with fresh cherry tomatoes. It was yuuummmy.
Veggie Frittata Recipe
This looks wonderful! That is what's so great about a frittata...just through in whatever you have, and it works. Yours sounds like all the things I would have lying around. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
You're welcome Kristina. Glad you found it useful.ReplyDelete