Egg recipes are always the perfect quick-fix for time-crunched meals. Whether it is an omelette or eggs sunny side up, you can always whip them up in a jiffy. This time, give the humble omelette a break and take on something more delicious – a healthy egg frittata. Soft, creamy and loaded with vegetables and a little bit of cheese, frittatas are scrumptious, filling and nutritious. It is also an ideal recipe that can be made with leftovers in your pantry. Here we share a frittata recipe that you can relish for breakfast or a lazy Sunday brunch.
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Break the eggs in a bowl. Add grated mozzarella. Then season the eggs with salt, pepper and red pepper flakes. Give the eggs a good whisk until all the ingredients are mixed properly.
Take an ovenproof pan or skillet. Add olive oil to it. Once the oil is hot over medium flame, add the onions and garlic. Sauté them until they turn soft and aromatic.
Then add the mushrooms and cook for 5 more minutes. Add the baby spinach and sauté until it is wilted. Add salt and pepper as required. In the meanwhile preheat the oven at 375-degree Celsius.
Take the egg bowl and pour the mixture over the vegetables. Then add ricotta cheese over the eggs and transfer the pan or skillet to the oven. Top with the sliced baby tomatoes
Bake the eggs for about 12 minutes until they are set and serve.
Recipe TipMake sure to not overbeat the eggs. This will make the frittata to puff up and fall dense after the eggs are baked. Hence, just give gentle whisk until the ingredients are mixed. Share your version of this recipeHow do you make Frittata at home? What kind of taste enhancers do you use? Share your version with us. In the meanwhile, check out our variety of Egg recipes here. Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I know when the Frittata is done?You will know that the Frittata is done when the centre is firm and the edges in the pan are golden brown. Why does my Frittata look flat?Overcooking the eggs may lead the Frittata to look flat.