mmmm. MMMMM. MMMMM!!! Dinner was so good tonight!! I love summer for many, many reasons. One of the main reasons is the bounty of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs that are available. I utilized these items tonight, to make a Fresh Thyme and Vegetable Frittata!
My frittata had:
- 2 whole eggs + 4 egg whites
- Parm cheese
- Sundried tomatoes
- Fresh Thyme from my garden
- Yellow squash
- Leftover pasta
- Mozzarella cheese for topping
I mixed everything together and cooked in a skillet on the stovetop for ~4-5 minutes. I topped the whole thing with some mozz cheese and popped the skillet under the broiler to melt the cheese and cook the top.
After ~5 minutes or so, I had a delicious, thick, hearty, savory, FABULOUS frittata!!
These flavors meshed so well together and the sundried tomatoes were the perfect POP of flavor and color!
Like I’ve said – the addition of pasta to a frittata, COMPLETELY makes the meal. It gives a great chewy and hearty consistency to the dish!
I’m SO glad I finally found a use for my thyme – just look at this plant…it is out of control!
I also had some vibrant, sweet and juicy strawberries. They were such a perfect contrast to the frittata…
Guys – I’ll post this recipe soon, because this was SO.GOOD. and so easy! I kind of want to eat 6 more pieces…hmmmm… Do you like frittatas?
I’ve been finding myself making eggs a lot lately…they are just so quick and easy – and they fill me up! I also find that they’re super versatile and taste great, really no matter how you fix ‘em! I suppose you could call them my super food. They’re super delicious no matter how many times I eat them and no matter which way I fix them!
What are some of your super foods? Stuff you make again and again – and don’t really ever get sick of?