Frittata

Like a quiche without the crust or a mighty unfolded omelet, a frittata mixes eggs with cheese, vegetables and/or meat. The ingredients may be stirred into the raw eggs or added as it bakes. While its origins are Italian, the frittata often is a notable presence on menus in restaurants where brunch is an important meal.

Restaurants With This Dish

Uncle Chicken’s

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FL

Food at Fishers Station

VICTOR, NY

Mothers Cupboard frittata
Mother’s Cupboard

SYRACUSE, NY

Signe’s Heaven Bound Bakery & Cafe

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC

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