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15 Healthy Frittata Recipes That Are Beyond Easy to Make

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Meaghan Cameron of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 16: Here's the biggest secret about the fancy frittata that's a mainstay on brunch menus: It's incredibly easy to make! A frittata is an omelet's lazy cousin. It's fancy enough for a quick dinner—simply add a salad and you're good to go—and it happens to be a perfect high-protein meal. Plus, frittata recipes often include more high-fiber veggies than other egg dishes, making them a wonderfully filling and weight-loss-friendly breakfast option.While there are a few different ways of making a frittata, one classic is to add eggs to a hot saute pan and lift the eggs while tilting the pan to cook them in the center. Once the bottom and center are just set, the pan is tossed under a preheated broiler until puffy and very slightly browned. Frittatas can then be flipped over on a serving tray, sliced up, and reheated when needed.As you'll see with the following collection of recipes, there are no hard or fast rules for making the perfect frittata. Experiment with ratios of whole eggs to egg whites and play with your favorite flavor combos. And if you're making breakfast for a crowd this holiday season, try 18 Cozy Sheet Pan Breakfast Recipes For Easy Weight Loss.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

15 Healthy Frittata Recipes That Are Beyond Easy to Make

Here's the biggest secret about the fancy frittata that's a mainstay on brunch menus: It's incredibly easy to make! A frittata is an omelet's lazy cousin. It's fancy enough for a quick dinner—simply add a salad and you're good to go—and it happens to be a perfect high-protein meal. Plus, frittata recipes often include more high-fiber veggies than other egg dishes, making them a wonderfully filling and weight-loss-friendly breakfast option.

While there are a few different ways of making a frittata, one classic is to add eggs to a hot saute pan and lift the eggs while tilting the pan to cook them in the center. Once the bottom and center are just set, the pan is tossed under a preheated broiler until puffy and very slightly browned. Frittatas can then be flipped over on a serving tray, sliced up, and reheated when needed.

As you'll see with the following collection of recipes, there are no hard or fast rules for making the perfect frittata. Experiment with ratios of whole eggs to egg whites and play with your favorite flavor combos. And if you're making breakfast for a crowd this holiday season, try 18 Cozy Sheet Pan Breakfast Recipes For Easy Weight Loss.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

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