Everyday Dorie: Kale and Onion Frittata

April 9, 2021 at 12:23 am | Posted in breakfast things, cook the book fridays, everyday dorie, groups, other savory, savory things | 7 Comments
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kale and onion frittata

Back in May, when we were all picking whatever recipe we could easily put together with our limited pandemic pantries and fluctuating focus levels, I made the Western Frittata (or some riff on it). A frittata is one of the best fridge clean-out concepts going– the variations are endless— so I actually make one for breakfast about twice a week. There are always some stray things to use up, and I’m still providing breakfast and coffee service for the home office worker upstairs, so it seems the thing to do. I thought I’d give the Kale and Onion Frittata variation in the book a try, since I had everything for it anyway. For good measure, I also tossed in some royal trumpet mushrooms that were starting to look a little shriveled. This was a good combo, and it’s nice to have a bit of dark green stuff in the morning. A frittata isn’t just for breakfast though…it makes a perfect lunch or light dinner, too. An anything goes, anytime of day dish, it’s incredibly easy and versatile.

For the recipe, see Everyday Dorie by Dorie Greenspan, and head over to Cook the Book Fridays to see how the group liked this one.

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  1. The perfect recipe for any meal, and I love how frittatas can be made with whatever you have on-hand (assuming you have eggs…)

  2. Indeed, frittata is so easy to do. Speaking of execution, I think we use, similarly, a cast-iron pan and mushroom for the recipe. Nice touches.

  3. So pretty Steph! ❤

  4. That looks so delicious!! I would love that combo. You seriously had me laughing at the “home office worker upstairs” as I have two of those at home…which I am providing lunch and dinner for haha! Wild year for sure. 🙂

    • anytime he leaves the office room, i’m like, “go back to work, break’s over” hahaha

  5. I am learning many of you make frittatas on a regular basis. It sounds like a great way to clean out the fridge. Glad you enjoyed this twist.

  6. Bravo for the cast-iron frying pan. I’ve been without mine for the 5 months I’ve been away and it was missed! Looking forward to making this with all kinds of add-ins.


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