Easy and fast, a frittata is also packed with protein, and ideal for using up leftovers. Try one of our frittata recipes for breakfast or brunch and don’t forget that a frittata is an excellent entrée for a quick dinner. Master the basics for making a frittata and this crowd-pleasing, easily adaptable eggy main course is sure to become a family favorite. Most frittatas are cooked on the stovetop then flipped to finish cooking. Unless your flipping skills are top notch, we recommend sliding the half-cooked frittata onto a plate to turn it over ready to finish cooking. Another technique is to start the frittata on the stove and transfer to the oven to finish cooking -- no flipping required. A breakfast frittata might include bacon or sausage, or cheese and plenty of vegetables. In fact a frittata is an easy vegetarian entree and vegetable-packed frittatas are also a healthy option, we have recipes for frittatas packed with spinach, zucchini, cherry tomatoes, a tasty mix of greens, and lots more.
Corn Frittata with Monterey Jack Cheese
Enjoy this quick and easy Corn Frittata with Monterey Jack Cheese recipe that’s ideal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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Frittata and Strata Recipes
Frittatas and stratas are great for entertaining because they're so convenient. Frittatas take no time to make, and stratas can be prepared a night ahead and refrigerated. Browse through dozens of recipes perfect for brunch, including spinach-and-bacon frittatas, cheese stratas, and more.
FrittataServe this easy-to-make frittata as an appetizer or main course for brunch. It's delicious right out of the oven, at room temperature, or even as next-day leftovers. This recipe is adapted from the "Martha Stewart's Cooking School" cookbook.
Tomato, Scallion, and Cheddar FrittataThe economical egg is a great base for all sorts of hearty flavors; our versatile frittata recipe can be made with a variety of ingredients for an easy meal anytime.
Onion-Potato FrittataMartha makes a savory frittata with fingerling potatoes, onions, and goat cheese.
Ham, Zucchini, and Gruyere FrittataWhip up a frittata for brunch, or serve one with a leafy green salad for a light dinner.
Mexican FrittataThis hearty frittata travels south of the border (without leaving the stove). Cool salad and spicy store-bought salsa make it a meal.
Perfect Frittata with Zucchini and ProvoloneThis classic Italian egg dish is its country's answer to the French omelet -- but much more versatile. It's great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and delicious hot or at room temperature. Once you get the basics down, check out our variations below.Post
5 Secrets to a Flawless Frittata
Welcome to our frittata master class! Learn how to make yours the ideal blend of fluffy eggs and savory filling.Recipe
Cream Cheese FrittataServe this Italian-style baked omelet for breakfast or with a green salad for lunch. This recipe is from Janice Connor of Washington, D.C.Recipe
Pizza FrittataWho says you can't have eggs for dinner? Serve this with a simple green salad.Recipe
Spaghetti FrittataOther pasta that comes in long strands, such as linguine or fettuccine, can also be used in this dish. A simple green salad completes the meal.Recipe
Herb Frittata with Zucchini and Yellow SquashRounds of green zucchini and yellow squash top off this classic frittata with a mosaic of color.Recipe
Tomato and Leek Frittata with Goat CheeseWe love to give you tasty ways to start your day. Try this never-fail brunch dish!Recipe
Swiss Chard and Mushroom FrittataYou may substitute spinach for the Swiss chard in this healthy brunch recipe, if desired.Recipe
Pinwheel FrittatasParmesan cheese and fresh mixed herbs give flavor to this classic egg dish, with a little artistic flair to shape it into an hors d'oeuvre.Recipe
Spinach Frittata BitesIn the November 1996 issue of Living, we baked mini frittatas in muffin tins. Now we're cutting to the chase (and making post-party cleanup easier) by cooking up a singular masterpiece and slicing it into scrumptious squares.Recipe
Fresh-Herb KukuKuku is a Persian egg dish similar to a frittata. Before serving, we cut it into small pieces and topped each with a dollop of thick Middle Eastern yogurt.Recipe
Eggplant KukuKuku is a Persian egg dish similar to a frittata.Post
Consider the Frittata: Make This Healthy Weeknight Dinner or Brunch Favorite
Easy and fast, packed with protein, and ideal for using up leftovers -- the frittata can be an excellent go-to entree. Here’s how to keep it healthy.Recipe
Salsa and Spinach FrittataThe signature blend of tangy and spicy in salsa makes it a versatile flavor enhancer in all kinds of dishes. We whisked it into eggs for a zesty baked frittata.Video
The Formula for Foolproof FrittatasQuick cooking, inexpensive to prepare, frittata are a great vehicle for leftovers, and can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner.AdvertisementAdvertisementVideo
Salmon Frittata and Pecan Waffle BreakfastEnjoy Emeril's salmon, cream cheese, and asparagus frittata with a side of pecan waffles.Video
Breakfast Sandwich FrittataAdd a new twist to your usual breakfast routine with Sarah Carey’s enticing Breakfast Sandwich Frittata. Sarah adds toasted pita for texture along with bacon, sharp cheddar and fresh herbs.Video
Father's Day Chorizo and Vegetable FrittataDad’s have their special dishes that they love to share, and this Chorizo & Vegetable Frittata is a recipe that is perfect for Dad’s everywhere. Why? Because it’s easy to make and it leaves a big smile on everyone’s face. Enjoy!See More