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With this Cheesy Tomato Basil Frittata recipe, you can whip up an easy meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner with just half a dozen basic ingredients (plus salt and pepper to taste). It’s also a rather versatile recipe, allowing you to throw in a variety of whatever leftovers you may have and otherwise tune the dish according to your tastes.
Having seen Mother operate so deftly in the kitchen for so many years, I have learned to appreciate a recipe that is really delicious when kept simple but also lends itself to modifications if you have leftovers that you need to recycle (or just want to shake things up a bit). This Italian creation is just such a useful recipe. These days, when people like to be as environmentally aware as possible, it’s great to have recipes that make the best of leftovers. No-one likes throwing food away!
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes
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