potato tomato frittata

More Stuff I Made! A Potato and Tomato Frittata and a Strawberry Salad

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potato tomato frittata

I call this dish “Potato and Tomato Frittata,” even though that’s technically incorrect, because there’s also broccoli, sweet onions and basil up in the mix.

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But “Broccoli, Sweet Onion, Basil, Potato and Tomato Frittata” doesn’t quite roll off the tongue as easily. 🙂

Yup, I still can’t cook, but I keep trying! — mostly because I get a kick out of taking pictures of what I make.

In another lifetime, I’d be a food photographer, and I would only accept payment from my clients in the form of food.

So, this frittata, I’ve made it a few times using a really easy recipe from thekitchn.com.

Seriously, even if you burn toast, you can make this. It’s that simple (and fast!). I like making it for dinner at the start of the week and then having the leftovers throughout the week for lunch.

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potato tomato frittata

From start to finish, I can get this on the table in less than 30 minutes.

To round out the meal this week, I added a mixed greens salad with strawberries, slivered almonds and shredded coconut, with a strawberry lemon basil dressing (here’s the recipe).

strawberry salad

So. Dang. Good.

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  1. Rhia says:

    Those look amazing! Love me a good salad. Strawberries add a nice sweetness to them, and it’s even better with balsamic vinaigrette.

  2. Anna says:

    That looks amazing, can’t wait to try this myself! And that says a lot, because I fall within the category of people who do manage to burn toast – I don’t enjoy cooking at all, but I’m very curious to see how this turns out. Also I never thought off adding strawberries to a salad, such a cool idea!

  3. *drool* That looks and sounds delicious, Karen!

  4. Kelly B. says:

    YUM! I love strawberries in my salad, it seems like they wouldn’t go together but it so works!
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  5. MonicaP says:

    Looks. So. Good!!

    Monica.
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  6. Stephanie says:

    I’m drooling over here…

  7. Amanda says:

    Karen this looks a-maz-ing!!!
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  8. Kwmechelle says:

    They’re both so purr-ty! I mean, I know you’re supposed to eat them, but geeze-Louise-Finch, already….

  9. Isabella says:

    Look so tasty! 🙂 I will try to make that sallad, love fruit in the sallad but I have never tried coconut

  10. Lancy says:

    This looks so, SO delicious Karen! It’s 12.05 AM here in India and your post just made me to crave for something delicious!
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  11. I love making frittata and taking the leftovers for lunch, it is so much more healthy than getting a sandwich.
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  12. Allison C says:

    How beautiful! I love making fritattas. I make the potato one when my gluten-free girlfriend is around, and the other times I use left over spaghetti or pasta. I love the look of the fresh tomato slices – I’ll try that for a change from the sun-dried. Such an easy, versatile light meal and great to take on picnics. You’re making me hungry just looking at the pix, yum
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  13. Jennifer says:

    Gorgeous photo of the frittata. I try to stay away from those myself because I don’t dig eggs but it looks lovely.

  14. Caroline says:

    Nom nom nom…looks so good!!! Pretty soon you’ll have to add ” chef extraordinaire ” to your blog title. 🙂

  15. Icequeen81 says:

    Looks delicious.

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