Servs: 4 Prep: Cook:
According to the Wikipedia a frittata is "a kind of Italian omelette that can contain cheese, vegetables, or even leftover pasta. Frittatas are cooked slowly. Most often, they are cooked on the stovetop on low heat until the eggs are set, then run under the broiler, but they can also be baked. Except for the cooking fat, all ingredients are fully mixed with the eggs before cooking starts." I experimented with this frittata combination - eggs with spinach, onions, garlic, Parmesan, goat cheese and sun-dried tomatoes.
- add 1 lb spinach leaves (about 2 bunches), cleaned, chopped
- add 1 Tbsp olive oil
- add 1 medium onion, chopped (about 1 cup)
- add 1 large clove garlic, minced
- add 9 large eggs
- add 2 Tbsp milk
- add 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese
- add Sun-dried tomatoes, about 2 Tbsp chopped
- add Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste
- add 3 oz goat cheese
- Preheat oven to 400Â°F.
- Cook spinach in 1/4 cup of water in a covered saucepan until just wilted, a couple minutes. Drain water and set aside.
- In a mixing bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, and Parmesan cheese. Add in chopped sun-dried tomatoes, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Set aside.
- SautÃ© onions in olive oil in an oven-proof, stick-free skillet, until translucent, about 2 minutes on medium high heat. Add garlic and sautÃ© a minute further. Add cooked spinach and mix in with onions and garlic.
- Spread out spinach mixture evenly on bottom of skillet. Pour egg mixture over spinach mixture. Use a spatula to lift up the spinach mixture along the sides of the pan to let egg mixture flow underneath.
- Sprinkle bits of goat cheese over the top of the frittata mixture. When the mixture is about half set, put the whole pan in the oven. Bake for 13-15 minutes, until frittata is puffy and golden. Remove from oven with oven mitts and let cool for several minutes. Although the pan may be out of the oven for a few minutes, the handle is still very hot. To keep from accidentally picking it up by the handle while hot (speaking from experience, ouch!) take a piece of ice and melt it against the pan's handle to cool it down.