Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, frittatas are always the answer to a quick and healthy meal option, and this healthy potato saffron frittata is no exception.
There are few foods that you can eat any time of the day, frittata being one of them. They’re so easy to throw together – essentially all you need are eggs and some cheese, but healthy add-ins like vegetables take them to another level. There’s no doubt I am a fan of frittatas. I love experimenting with different ingredients and creating a variety of flavour combinations. Another reason to make frittatas? They can be served cold, warmed, or at room temperature they taste even better the next day, meaning they make for ideal leftovers.
When it comes to consuming ready-to-expire veggies in the crisper, I have frittatas to thank for not being wasteful. Besides using up produce before it spoils, they require little to no prep, and minimal creativity. If you have eggs and some cheese, you can make a frittata. The additional ingredients are sometimes an afterthought, depending on what is lingering the fridge. And if you only have some eggs and cheese on hand, then you are good to go since even these three simple ingredients still result in a delicious dish. Once you learn the basics of the preparation – in this case stove-top preparation, adding on ingredients and experimenting with different flavours is a cinch. Have a go at creating interesting flavour combos, like zucchini and chorizo, kale and feta, or in this case potato and saffron.
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