Monday, October 12, 2009

First Frittata


Pardon all the pictures of my Frittata but this is the first time I made it and just had to "snap away". I was reading blogs ayer and it seemed like Frittata was the breakfast for the day but unfortunately, I never got the memo =)

I went on allrecipes.com and came across various recipes and pretty much combined them and made what I thought I would like.

First I sauteed 1/2 a Potato, Asparagus, Mushrooms, and Onions in Salt, Evoo, Garlic, and Paprika. I then tossed it into a pan and poured 3 Egg Whites mixed with FF Milk, and topped it with American Cheese. I baked it for 20 minutes and breakfast was served =)

I loved how this came out...it was so fluffy and packed with flavor. I can't wait to try new recipes. What do you like to add in you Frittata????

When I was making this, I could hear Sophia from Burp and Slurp saying "mmmmmmm" ha. The girl loves anything with eggs.

Workouts

Last night I did Step with my Wii Fit for 55 minutes while I held 3lb weights and burned 417 Calories. This morning I did Biggest Loser Cardio on Exercise TV and 25 minutes of Arms with 8lb weights and burned 358 Calories.

Before I go I want to say thanks to Sarah from See Sarah Eat for motivating me to workout this morning =)

Namaste...

-- Namaste
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16 comments :

  1. that looks awesome!! healthy too!

    allrecipes is the BOMB!

    I make it with of course eggs, then some kind of cheese, tomatoes, onions, peppers, sometimes spincach and then turkey bacon or turkey sausages or ham.. and it I have some, potatoes.

    then add salt pepper, paprika

    yum! and it lasts for days too, heat up in the microwave!

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  2. i love how fluffy eggs get when you bake them!
    basil is amazing in eggs if you have any... and I like things like chicken sausage with broccoli too.

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  3. Your fritatta looks delicious--I've never made one but have been verrry tempted lately with all the wonderful ones I've been seeing!

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  4. I've never been brave enough to try a frittata- yours looks wonderful!

    Have a great day!

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  5. Looks absolutely delicious! Actually I enjoyed all the photos, im so lazy at uploading shots, I should do much more, it really makes a blog jump out.

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  6. I love frittatas! Looks like you did a great job!

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  7. I've never made, or even EATEN a frittata! Can you believe it?? It's crazy, I know. I would think I would like some cheese, spinach and mushrooms in mine, if I ever have one :) Yours looks fantastic. I love allrecipes.com

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  8. Looks delicious! I've never made one but alwasy wanted too! I would probably add mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes, and feta!

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  9. You seem to have done a great job with your first frittata! Thanks for sharing:)

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  10. YUM looks great! I love to add anything adn everything to my frittata! brocolli, spinach, peppers, tomatos are some of my favs! and of course cheese! Ricotta, feta, goat (of course not all together!)

    yours looks fantastic!!

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  11. Yum! i'm not a big fan of eggs, but that looks tasty!

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  12. The frittata looked amazing! Now I am craving some eggs. Yummy!

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  13. Congrats on your first frittata! You are cooking up a storm lately. Go you!

    I like my frittata with potatoes, bacon, cottage cheese, ricotta, onions, peppers, broccoli, spinach, feta, zucchini. Really anything that I have on hand. And now you've got me thinking that sweet potatoes in place of the regular potatoes would also be awesome. Hmmm...

    Some chili powder and/or tabasco would also be great!

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  14. Thanks everyone! I am so happy that it turned out really well and can not wait to make it for my family

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  15. You are more than welcome ;-)

    That frittata turned out great, I know how good it feels to have something turn out good so I'm happy for you!

    Have a good day :)

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  16. Yo. the best thing about fritatta is you can put anything in it! I do spinach with veggie burgers and goat cheese- holy yum!

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