With the best wishes for New Year, I bring to you a very easy yet very tasty breakfast frittata which takes no time to prepare and makes everyone happy at the same time!
First thing first! Wish you all my fabulous readers a very Happy New Year! Hope you all had great fun and still in the celebration mood. I wish you all the same joy and happiness throughout the year!
I know I was away for a while but we all need to take a break at times right? Though I have many recipes lined up to share, I couldn’t take time out during the holidays to type them down. Sorry! So here I am today to share a very simple yet fantastic breakfast recipe – onion and potato frittata – which will be loved by everyone in the family for sure!
I have shared few frittata recipes before which I am sure you all loved. This is also a basic frittata but with different filling ingredients. It may seem somewhat similar but there is no harm in sharing right? Such basic yet awesome recipes come very handy at times when you need to feed a crowd without much of a fuss.
This potato onion frittata will be your savior in such cases. It is delicious and easy at the same time. The ingredients needed are also very basic which is almost always available in everyone’s pantry – potatoes, onions and eggs! Right!
This New Year I have many such interesting recipes to share. A lot are already lined up and many are already planned in my mind. Starting from classic pasta recipes to winter warmer soups, delicacies from all over the world will be served at Flavor Quotient for all my lovely readers.
With the note of a positive and blissful New Year, I will leave you guys with my today’s recipe and to meet again very soon with a new one! Let’s enjoy this wonderful journey together in this fresh New Year too!
- Potato – 4, large
- Onion – 2, large, finely chopped
- Eggs – 12
- Grated cheddar cheese - ½ cup
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Olive oil – 4 tbsp
- Wash and peel the potatoes. Using a box grater or food process with the coarse grating blade, coarsely grate all the potatoes. Squeeze out as much water as possible from the grated potatoes set aside.
- Heat the olive oil in a large non-stick frying pan. Once the oil is hot add the chopped onions and grated potatoes. Sauté the onion and potatoes on medium heat until they turn golden brown and soft.
- While the onion & potatoes are being cooked, break all the eggs in a large bowl and whisk thoroughly. Season the eggs with salt and pepper but not too much since you will add salt to the onions and potatoes too.
- When the potatoes are cooked through season with salt and stir well. Then add the whisked eggs over them. Swirl the pan so that the eggs spread out all over the pan.
- Once the eggs seem to semi-set, scatter the grated cheese over the top.
- Keep the pan on low heat and cover it with a lid to let the eggs set and cooked through. This may take from 5 to 8 minutes. Keep checking in between by removing the lid so that you don’t end up burning the frittata.
- Once the top turn golden brown, remove the pan from heat and take the frittata out on a clean cutting board. Cut it into wedges and serve hot.
Cheryl Patterson says
I love frittata. It is so versitle you can pretty much make any flavours you like. Great recipe here – simple but effective. Yummy
Thanks Cheryl! Frittata is my favorite too! 🙂