I love making frittatas for dinner because they are quick, easy, and a great way to use leftovers in a new way. For this frittata with kale, tomatoes, and ricotta, I used leftover sauteed kale, finely chopped, tomatoes from my mom’s garden, plus a little ricotta for a creamy bite, and some chopped parsley for garnish. For dinner, I like to serve it with a side green salad and roasted potatoes.
Eggs are an inexpensive and nutritious source of protein. Buying eggs from pastured hens gives you vibrant eggs yolks, especially in spring when their diet includes new green grass.
This was my accidental lunch the other day because all I had in the fridge was some leftover quinoa salad and some fresh eggs from the farmer’s market. I really needed to go get some groceries, but I was too hungry so I made up this dish for Quinoa Salad with Fried Eggs in desperation and it was fantastic!
And beautiful too, don’t you think?