Welcome to my
AC Art of Food, an Abstract Taste in Food
There's nothing like coming home from work with no idea of what you're going to make for dinner. I mean let's face it, sometimes the savviest of meal planners have at least one day in their lifetime where the leftovers juuuuuust couldn't stretch that extra day, or you completely forgot about that marinating chicken in the back of the fridge that you were supposed to have baked 6 days ago- yep, it's trash now! For these very times, a frittata can be your saving grace! Made with basic staples found any given day in most refrigerators, this dish is an easy save for dinner and the next day's lunch (or breakfast!).
Not only is this recipe convenient because of it's ingredients, but the process that I use literally takes a fraction of the time that it would for the classic egg-casserole bake. Part classic soft scramble and a finish in the oven- you'll be eating in no time!
*Feel free to add or omit the added ingredients I've listed, as always- Make it your own! Let me know what twist you put on yours in the comments below!
Lazy Greens Frittata
8 eggs, scrambled raw
3/4 cup almond milk
2 cups kale
2 cups arugula
1/2 cup Swiss cheese
1/2 cup muenster cheese
1 tsp dried thyme
1/2 onion, sliced fine
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp granulated garlic/ garlic powder
1 tsp granulated onion/ onion powder
1/2 tsp nutmeg
*Chopped green onions, tomatoes, and additional arugula leaves for garnish*
...an Abstract Taste in Food