Invite your friends over for brunch: The easiest way to feed a crowd is with this vegetable frittata recipe.
A frittata is an Italian dish similar to an omelet or crustless quiche. You can fill it with whatever you like, but of course in my house, it is always loaded with tons of vegetables and herbs.
It’s baked in the oven and then cut into single-serve squares, making it perfect for a brunch. It is good hot or cold, and makes for great leftovers.
Here it is served alongside a vegan Ceaser salad with crispy chickpea croutons.
The trick to a frittata is to precook all of the fillings and drain them well so that they don’t water down your eggs.
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