We enjoy frittatas often at our house. They're a great way to use up leftover vegetables, cheese and meat. Enjoy this hearty recipe with fruit and biscuits for a light dinner. Lynne Van Wagenen-Salt Lake City, Utah
“This is a lightened up version of an original recipe that called for regular bacon and eggs,” writes Aris Gonzalez from Deltona, Florida. “Everyone loves it and thinks I really fussed, but it's so easy! It makes such a pretty presentation that I often serve this to overnight guests.”
By substituting 4 egg whites for the 4 whole eggs in this recipe you save 25 calories, 3 g fat and a whopping 141 mg cholesterol per serving! And since the eggs are seasoned with veggies and dill, you don't miss the flavor at all. —Lynn Winkler - Chatsworth, Georgia
"I've been cooking for 30 years and enjoy making quick, easy and tasty meals," relates Greg Parsons of Candor, North Carolina. "This coastal-inspired omelet is a breeze to prepare. Your dining partner is sure to exclaim, 'Wow, what a meal.'"
"We enjoy this as a Sunday brunch before church," notes Macey and Landon Allen of Green Forest, Arkansas. "Growing up on farms, we both learned to eat what was raised and the eggs that were gathered never went to waste with this incredible breakfast."
The Italian word "frittata" refers to frying the egg-based dish in a skillet. This Italian spin with added salami, roasted sweet peppers and mozzarella is baked in a ramekin but the ending is the same - delicious day or night. —Mrs. Nancy Elliott, Houston, Texas
This is a great way to get the kids to eat nourishing fruit during the candy-laden Halloween season. They can even help cut up the apples and grapes with plastic knives and decide how they want their fancy orange to look!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen