A quick and easy frittata, with sweet garden tomatoes, a mix of cheeses and a flavorful kick of picante sauce is just the ticket for a delectable brunch or light dinner. Click here to visit the new home of KitchenDaily!
Marc Meyer prepares spectacular egg dishes for brunch at Five Points, but he himself likes to eat eggs for dinner after a long night of cooking at the restaurant. His frittata is filled with chanterelle mushrooms, tarragon and runny Fontina cheese.
Normally, the frittatas I make for me and my family consist of eggs, garden vegetables and cheese, but I had leftover mashed potatoes in the fridge from the day before, so I decided to throw them in and tah dah--Mashed Potato Frittata!