I like taking pictures of food I cook/eat. I sometimes draw, paint and craft things for people I love. I live with a man who just so happens to be the love of my life, so it's pretty convenient.
My current priorities are to be healthy, save money for a bigger home and get back to creating things.
Frittatas are super awesome because: 1) Easy to make. 2) EGGS! 3) You can incorporate pretty much any ingredients that seem fitting. 4) Always delicious.
I don’t usually stock meat in my freezer and fridge, so the meals I make are typically vegetarian. And this one was no exception.
5 all-natural eggs with ¼ cup of 2% milk
freshly-grated pepper cheese & sharp chedder
handful of spinach leaves
sliced roma tomato, yellow onion, mushroom
chopped & minced scallion & garlic
sliced Idaho potato
1.) Whip eggs with milk, salt & pepper in large bowl. Set aside. Preheat oven to 425°.
2.) Using a fairly generous amount of butter (about 2 scoops with a butter knife), cook the garlic, scallion, spinach, onion, mushroom and potato in a large fry pan/wok. Add spinach last because it cooks & wilts the quickest. Under-cook everything by 2 or 3 minutes. Let it cool down.
3.) Grease up your baking dish with cooking spray. (I forgot this step, so everything stuck to the “walls” :\ But I used baking bowls to make individual servings, so it was no biggie eating out of the bowls.)
4.) Add all of your ingredients, including the tomato & cheese, into the baking dish. (I also added more black pepper.) Whip egg mixture a little more and pour slowly. Be sure to leave about half an inch of “rise room” on top!
5.) Bake at 425° for about 10-12 minutes, or until the egg solidifies. Time will definitely vary with serving size, bakeware depth, etc.
6.) Season & sauce to your liking :)
I enjoyed mine with my favorite ketchup. Could’ve definitely opted for some salsa as well.