Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Greek Frittata


            There is no secret that I love feta and I could put it in everything. This simple egg
            dish would be wonderful for a brunch or when you have friends over. It comes
            out of the oven looking very impressive and it's a true crowd pleaser. Serve with
            orange juice and some toasty bread and you have something great on your hands!!

                                                                        Greek Frittata

                                                                        3 Tablespoons olive oil
                                                                        12 eggs
                                                                        1 teaspoon salt
                                                                        1/2 teaspoon pepper
                                                                        1 1/2 teaspoons oregano
                                                                        1 5 ounce bag baby spinach
                                                                        4 green onions, sliced
                                                                        1 pint cherry tomatoes, sliced
                                                                        1/2 cup shredded mozzarella
                                                                        8 ounces crumbled feta

          1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Add oil to a 2 quart casserole and and heat in
          the for 5 minutes. While the casserole is in the oven heating.Whisk the eggs
          and add all of the ingredients.

          2) Remove the hot casserole from oven and add your egg mixture. Bake your
          your frittata for about 30 to 35 minutes or until done. I usually leave some
          fresh tomatoes, green onions and extra feta on the top for presentation. Enjoy.

21 comments:

  1. I'm so with you! Feta is amazing. And when it gets a little melty- nom! This look amazing

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  2. I love feta on eggs, buttered toast, anything...ok not everything. But I also love feta.

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  3. I have to make this!!!
    xo Kris

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  4. This looks so good and perfect for a group brunch. I heart feta, too. I used to buy small containers of it each week. Now I buy a big tub of it and it doesn't last that long either. So good!

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  5. I'm having a guest stay the week. This will be on our menu.

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  6. That looks amazing. I made your Pina Colada dip again (been making it for years now) the other day. :)

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  7. mmmm YES. i love love feta so this looks amazing. xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  8. I have never made a frittata.....I could probably say that about a lot of things seeing as how my husband does most of the cooking. BUT---I do enjoy it and this looks like something we would both love. So with you on feta cheese......and goat...two of my favorites!

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  9. Not only do these look delicious… but they also take me back to my time in Greece. Le sigh… wish I could hop on a plane and go back :)

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  10. Yikes does this look good, I love all the colors!

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  11. YUMMMMM! You always inspire me to create something new or discover new food possibilities. Thank you.

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  12. This sounds like Heaven to me!

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  13. Nice idea Val! Who doesn't love a Greek salad? and in a frittata! Genius!

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  14. I also love frittatas. This looks so great! I love all of the veggies in it. It's on my list. Beautiful pictures as usual. Love,

    Shauna xo

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  15. Mmm, Mediterranean flavors are my favorite!

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  16. I've been on an egg kick lately myself. Your frittata with it's Greek flavors sounds delicious!

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  17. This sounds heavenly Val! Never had a Greek frittata or omelette before but it's so simple and sounds like a great idea for any meal of the day :)

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