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Anytime Frittata

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Anytime Frittata

Steve Peters

egg frittata

mini frittata Frittata. It's like a omelet, but less French, more Italian and is easier to put together. If you avoid making omelets in fear of unsuccessfully flipping or folding your eggs and having it all fall apart, then the frittata is for you. I like them because you can add whatever you want - seasonal vegetables, any kind of meat and even your leftovers. You can eat them any time of day and any time of year. There's never really a bad time for a frittata.

mini frittata

Did you know you can make a frittata in just one pan? If, like me, you don't enjoy washing dishes, this is also good news. But, if you're making brunch for a group, or need something for a potluck, you can make mini frittatas by using muffin tins. I made the mini version (70 of them, to be exact) when I went to speak to a group of Green Mountain Foster Grandparents a couple weeks ago. These dedicated folks spend several hours each week of the school year to help out kids in local schools. How great is that? Fortunately, they liked the frittatas I brought and were not completely bored by my talk! In fact, they had some great questions about local food and cooking.

eggs in a bowl

But I also made the regular sized version in my cast iron pan when I was a guest on What's Cooking Rutland in April. Feel free to watch, just don't be too harsh - I'm no television star.

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