Have you ever made a frittata? If you haven’t, you should. Frittata is a quick and simple meal option that can be on the table and ready to go in less than 30 minutes from start to finish. Possibly the best thing about frittatas, other than the taste of course, is how adaptable they are to whatever ingredients you have on hand. As long as you’ve got eggs, you probably have everything you need to make a frittata. For example, right now, many families probably have leftover ham from Easter. Maybe some left over asparagus. Maybe you’re not sure what to do with any of it. A half block of cheese hanging around in the fridge? This, my friends, is the answer.
To be quite honest, I’m normally not a fan of ham so I expected this to be a meal that would please Ben more than anyone. However, the combination of flavors working together in this dish made for a truly fabulous meal enjoyed by our whole family. I think I said, “This is SO good!” with almost every bite. This fed four of us for one meal, plus made a couple days worth of leftovers. If you don’t need so much food, feel free to scale down the recipe and cook it in a smaller skillet. This can work as both a quick and easy weeknight meal, or a crowd-pleasing brunch option. Enjoy!
Note: I am proud to announce that I am part of a group of bloggers who have teamed up with the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board to co-author food blog all about butter! Check out the site Go Bold with Butter to see my recipes as well as those of the other awesome bloggers involved with the project. I’ll be contributing two to four times per month.