A frittata makes an easy meal whether you’re hungry for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Looking to add some interest to an egg dish? This recipe for artichoke-spinach frittata is just what you need!
Don't flip out
Did you know that a frittata is simply an Italian-style omelet? What makes it so amazing is that you can add just about any ingredients you'd like to create a fabulously fresh dish. Some frittata recipes call for you to flip the frittata to cook it on both sides, but this version doesn't — you just need to make sure you use an ovenproof saute pan or cast-iron skillet for your cooking.
Options for your eggs
Whip up this recipe and serve it for breakfast, lunch or dinner along with fresh fruit, crunchy bread or a side salad. If you'd like to add different ingredients to your frittata, the sky is the limit. From meats to veggies to herbs and cheeses, you'll easily find something to suit your tastes.
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