As a part of our budget cooking plan, I’m incorporating at least one egg dinner and one canned tuna or salmon dinner into our weekly meal plan. This has helped tremendously with the budget. Besides being inexpensive, eggs and canned fish make for quick and easy meals as well.
A frittata is just a big baked omelet. You might call it a kitchen sink omelet or a clean out the fridge omelet. I’ll tell you in the recipe what I put in mine (this time), but as long as you keep the egg to milk ratio in tact, you can add whatever vegetables, meats and cheese you like or have on hand. Each frittata can be unique. No need to ever get bored with this meal!
The wilted kale salad makes a great side. My kids prefer a big dish of mixed fruit, but I sneak the kale salad in on occasion. In the pictures, you can see I served this frittata with bacon, orange wedges and banana bread muffins.