Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

Made for RSC #11. This easy vegetarian meal-unto-itself dish is delicious. Serve as part of a brunch or a light supper. You can use either jarred or canned artichoke hearts.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 400°F
  2. In a 12" heavy, stove to oven safe skillet (such as cast iron), melt the butter.
  3. Add shallots & saute briefly. Add artichoke hearts & saute briefly. Add spinach & saute until just barely wilted.
  4. Sprinkle on salt & cayenne. Stir to combine.
  5. Pour on eggs, distributing egg & vegetables evenly. Leave it alone to cook on a medium low flame until barely set. About 10 minutes.
  6. Sprinkle cheese over top & transfer to oven. Cook 15 - 20 minutes until cheese is melted, bubbly & browned.
  7. Remove & let sit 5 minutes before cutting into wedges.
Most Helpful

This made for us a delicious lunch.<br/>I placed the prepared mold (margarine and breadcrumbs on the bottom) in the oven to preheat.<br/>I the meantime I sautè the onion and the artichocken (10 pieces, 2 tins).<br/>As I used frozen spinach I could not saute this,<br/>I removed the mold from the oven added onion and artichoked and placed "dots" of the defrosted spinaches. After this I poured the egg + spices + salt + cheese (Swiss cheese: Luzerner Rahmkäse) mixture and placed in the oven. This came out delicous and really pretty. WOW!<br/>Thanks a lot for your suggestion! My DS will enjoy the leftovers at school for lunch;

awalde June 03, 2013

I totally enjoyed this! It was simple and oh so good. I used marinated artichokes, 4 eggs, and some smoked gouda and added a little mozzarella because I didn't have enough gouda. I made this in a small tapas pan and it worked perfectly. Thanks Bethie for another winner. Made for ZWT7 by a fellow Emerald City Shaker.

lazyme June 06, 2011

Very tasty. Made a nice breakfast, but would also work for a lunch with a side of fruit or salad. Loved the combo of the artichoke hearts, shallot and gouda. I added some Cavender's All Purpose Greek Seasoning to the top prior to baking and it added a great flavor. I will keep this for future use!

JanuaryBride July 14, 2008