By Bergy on September 23, 2009
Photo by Derf
Photo by Derf
"There are lots of Spinach, Tomato recipes but when I checked this one is a little different. I threw it together and liked the result. I say it is for 2 but that is if it is served with a salad and a roll. Hope you enjoy it. I like lite Havarti but use your favorite cheese. The hot spice is optional but it does give some pep to the recipe. An 8" pie plate works but it needs to have at least 1 1/2 " sides. I used an 8" x 6" casserole dish. I used adobo chili pepper for my "Hot" spice."
Serving Size: 1 (361 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"i chose this recipes for the Vegetarian swap tag game because of my large amount of garden tomatoes and fresh herbs, I did increase the chili flake amount, also used old cheddar cheese, thank you for this delicious recipe Bergy!"
"Just got thru with my first slice.....made it for breakfast. Love the ease of prep...and being able to add whatever vegs I'm craving, and not having to cook them first! And of course bacon. I did not bother to puree the egg mixture, just used my whisk. I enjoy adding vegs to my eggs, and this was a simple easy twist. This one is a keeper......will have to stop myself from eating the whole thing!"
"I added some cooked bacon cut up on top of the sliced onions. Loved the flavor and the ease of preparation. Also used ricotta cheese as that is what I had. We enjoyed this with blueberry muffins,<br/>Thanks for the great brunch recipe. Carole in Orlando"
"I loved this! It was quite tasty. :) After making it a few times I started adding in other leftover veggies from my fridge... mushrooms, zucchini, broccoli florets, squash, etc. It's a delicious way to use up your leftovers! We make this frequently. Thanks!"
"Very tasty fritatta, and quick and easy to put together, had no havarti in so used old sharp white cheddar, I used both the chili flakes in the ingredients and the adobo spice in the directions, turned out great!"
"Nice simple flavor. I made it as is. And I made my version. A couple of suggestions. I cut the onion in quarters and then thin slice. Otherwise the onion slices were too big. I did cut up the spinach, otherwise the leaves again too big. Same with the tomatoes. I thin sliced and then cut in halves, that way everyone got a bit of tomato. But for a garnish. I did top with full slices or a purple heirloom which looked really pretty. I used fresh basil and plenty of fresh salt and pepper which is a must. Cottage cheese, no low fat, but that was just me. Havarti I love, but next time I would like to have a mix of cheeses, but the havarti was good, but I prefer just a bit more cheese in mine. I used 3 oz, but I would like a mix of cheeses as I thought it was a bit bland, but still very good. I just like lots of flavor in my food. I served this with a cup of soup."