Wednesday, October 24, 2012

12 Egg Frittata

Need a quick breakfast idea for a crowd?  Cheesy, hearty, and full of fresh vegetables this recipe is easy to make and perfect for a house full of hungry guests.  This versatile recipe can be changed up to match your taste.  Choosing your vegetables based on what’s in season is a great way to adjust this recipe.


Ingredients 
12 large eggs 
3 shallots (sliced)
1/2 red pepper (sliced)
1/2 green pepper (sliced)
1/2 cup fresh baby spinach 
1/2 cup sliced Portabella mushrooms
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 tsp dill weed
Sea salt 
Fresh cracked pepper 
1 tablespoon of butter for the pan 
Handful of fresh Parmesan cheese and parsley for garnish


Toss eggs and cheese in the blender and mix until well blended.


Add dill weed, salt and pepper and mix until combined.


Heat a 16-inch non-stick, wok over medium heat. Add butter to pan and melt.


Pour egg mixture into pan.


Top egg mixture with fresh vegetables.  Using a spatula slightly immerse vegetables into egg mixture.


Allow the frittata to cook for about 15-20 minutes on low to medium heat until egg mixture is set and no longer jiggles.


Remove from pan and cut into equal servings.


Sprinkle with parsley and Parmesan cheese.  Serve immediately. 




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Dairy Breakfast Club recipe party at TidyMom.net

26 comments:

  1. that looks like a pizza right there! you make me hungry while reading this post Brandi and all i am right now is drinking my coffee and eating a peanut butter sandwich :(

    thanks for sharing :))
    huggies***
    smartmomma

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  2. Now that is different right there the many things you can do with eggs it's wonderful.

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  3. Yum! I will have to try this!

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  4. Good Afternoon Brandi, I love frittata and it something I make regularly. I have never used a blender to mix the eggs and cheese, I have always used a balloon whisk, but I will try this method next time. Best Wishes Daphne

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  5. It looks delicious! You're making me hungry

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  6. Goodness Brandi that looks so good. I love a load of veggies in my eggs. My stomach is growling so I think its safe to say I need to go eat:) Thanks for sharing!

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  7. that looks simply amazing. Thank you for the recipe and pics!!

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  8. I love frittatas and yours looks really good. I never thought to use the blender before. Great tip. And yummy breakfast/brunch item!

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  9. Looks really good. I like to do different things with eggs.

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  10. OH wow! This sounds delicious! I'm definitely adding it to my recipe box.

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  11. Hi, Brandi! It's so nice to meet you. Thank you for visiting my blog a leaving a comment.

    This recipe looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing.

    Lucky you for getting to see Martha in person!

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  12. Wow, Brandi...Your 12 Egg Frittata looks so darn good! Pinned! Thanks for the yummy recipe share!

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  13. Brandi, you must be a great cook. Your Frittata looks so delish. It does look like a pizza and I would love to take a bite of it.

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  15. What a great recipe--I never thought to add dill to eggs like this, so I will have to give it a try! We usually have Sunday brunch here and I make some kind of scrambled eggs--I am a fan of eggs for breakfast. So nice to hear from you over at my blog, and glad you enjoyed the potato au gratin recipe I shared!

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  16. That looks scrumptious... I know what I am having for breakfast tomorrow. TFS

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  17. Hi Brandi, that looks so good! I never thought of making a frittata in my wok. I'm going to try it this way. Thanks for the tip and great recipe as always.

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  18. I just popped over to visit and say "Thank You" for your nice comments on my blog post -- I truly appreciate it; but look what I found -- a most delicious-looking frittata! My hubby and I are on a low-carb diet and this is perfect food for us! Thanks so much for sharing.

    Carol

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  19. Ok so heres what Im gonna need you to do....hop on a plane and take a quick 5 hour flight over to Cali, immediately proceed to my house, immediately cook me breakfast, like everyday, mkay. Great! Seriously, though that looks amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. It looks so yummy!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  21. Yummy..this looks so delish!
    I would LOVE for you to link this up at my Ginger Jamboree Link Party!!

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  22. Hi Brandi, This frittata looks so good, and easy. I like being able to just let it cook on the stove top, and never seen cheese blended with the eggs before! I pinned it to try soon. Have you ever put cooked spaghetti in this? Thanks, Jenna

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  23. Okay my mouth is totally watering! Definitely going to pin this

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