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***Now We’re Cooking…My Denver Frittata***

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

***Now We’re Cooking…My Denver Frittata***
Now We’re Cooking…with Winfield28

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Earlier this month I posted a recipe titled: French Country Omelet.

Today I have a variation of that recipe where I use ham, onion and green pepper along with the potato and eggs.

This is a fairly economical dinner recipe that we use at our house regularly. It does reheat well and could be served for a brunch.

I have entered this recipe in the Spark Recipe section of this site, if you are interested in the nutritional information.

Enjoy!

My Denver Frittata

1 Large potato, diced
1 Tablespoon olive oil
½ medium onion, chopped
½ green pepper, chopped
2 cups cubed ham
Salt & pepper
¼ cup skim milk
6 Large eggs


1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

2. Add the diced potato and olive oil to a 10-inch skillet, sprinkle with salt and pepper and cook for 8 to 10 minutes over medium-high heat, add the onion and green pepper, cook until tender then take all the ingredients out of the pan and set aside on a plate.

3. Place the cubed ham in the skillet and heat to brown the edges. Remove ham from pan and set on plate with vegetables.

4. Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, beat the eggs, milk, salt, and pepper together with a fork. Pour the eggs into the hot pan.

5. Sprinkle the ham, potatoes & onion & green peppers evenly over the top and place the pan in the oven for about 8 minutes, just until the eggs are set. Slide onto a plate, divide in half, and serve hot.

Makes 6 Servings.



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COOKWITHME65 9/22/2010 5:37PM

    Sounds yummy.

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SNARDEESNIFF 9/22/2010 1:31PM

    This sounds really yummy, also. I would have to use EggBeaters, but that works just as well. I think I will try this!

One question for clarification: do you continue to cook the vegetables after adding the pepper and onion to the potatoes, or do you immediately remove them all from the pan?

Thanks for the blog and recipe, Maria.

Comment edited on: 9/22/2010 1:40:48 PM

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