Eggs are baked with vegetables and harissa paste and topped with feta cheese, parsley and green onion. Frittatas are both easy and delicious! A month ago I spent a few days with the Ohio Poultry Association in Columbus learning all about eggs. We learned everything from nutritional information, farming practices and cooking techniques. I walked away with an even deeper understanding of the importance of eggs in our diets as well as this Mediterranean Frittata recipe. One part of our trip included a cook-off competition where we each chose a region of the world and created an egg dish inspired by that place. I knew I wanted to include harissa paste in our recipe. It is a staple in many Moroccan dishes and just a couple of Tablespoons can add a huge amount of flavor. You can usually find it in the ethnic sections of grocery stores or you can even make it at home. This Mediterranean Frittata recipe uses 12 eggs which means each slice is offering your body a good dose of protein.
I concocted this when I was trying to liven up an egg white frittata. It turned out deceptively decadent. The sun-dried tomatoes make all the difference. Place sun-dried tomatoes into a bowl of warm water until rehydrated, about 10 minutes. Drain and chop. Heat olive oil in a small skillet over medium heat; cook and stir onion and garlic until onion is translucent, about 10 minutes. Add spinach; cook and stir until thawed and water is evaporated, about 5 minutes. Stir in mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes, and feta cheese until well mixed. Whisk egg whites, skim milk, salt, pepper, and basil together in a bowl until very frothy. Carefully stir spinach mixture and 1 tablespoon Parmesan cheese into egg mixture.
While oil heats, coarsely chop spinach and finely chop onions. Shell eggs produced in the U. Instructions Preheat the oven to degrees. Adding meat with this would work great but I think I would leave the cheese level as it is. Thumb Up Helpful. Cuisine Italian, Mediterranean. My husband loved this for dinner and the next morning for breakfast!
Simple, hearty and delicious this Vegetarian Frittata recipe makes the perfect Mediterranean Diet inspired weekday breakfast, lunch or dinner. Work and school schedules leave less time for cooking on most weekdays. I would love to be one of those people that whip up freshly made pancakes with fresh cut fruit in the morning before work but that is not me. My weekday morning breakfast routine typically involves throwing something in the microwave while I run to get dressed or grabbling a container of yogurt for my daughter while we rush out the door to school drop off.