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This frittata recipe is perfect for a family breakfast, lunch or dinner, and you don’t have to pay much for these ingredients. If you love omelettes, then you will definitely love frittatas, since they let you experiment even more with different ingredients. You also get some great nutritional value from eggs and potatoes. Frittatas can be called the “open-faced” omelette. There is always at least one ingredient in this egg recipe that is completely up to the chef. Frittatas are also a little bit like a quiche, so if you enjoy cheesy baked egg dishes, then you can divide this one up for all your diners or save some for the next day. Frittatas also can be accompanied by a salad, bread, or soup.
You’ll need the following to create the perfect frittata:
Start by heating the oil, then sauté the sliced potatoes and onions for three minutes. You want to stir the ingredients to mix them up but don’t stir over and over. Everything should also be cooked through, which could take up to 5 or 8 minutes. The potatoes should be browned before you get to the next part.
At this point, you need to stir in the garlic and basil. You should make sure that these ingredients are mixed in well and evenly distributed. Pour the eggs over the potatoes and onion, sprinkling the cheese on top, then add the salt and pepper. Cover the pan once more and cook over medium low heat until set, which will take about 10 minutes.
Now the frittata should have the texture of a quiche. Hold the pan over the top of a baking sheet. Place inside of a preheated broiler to lightly brown the top of the frittata. Allow the dish to sit for a few minutes before serving. Slice up like a pie and serve it up. This dish works great as a smaller side option as well if you want to slice it really thin and eat with a salad or soup. You can also serve it as an appetizer if you’re having company.