Preparing a brunch for half a dozen Teens shouldn’t be that challenging… pancakes, french toast, tapa and rice, bacon, etc. But one really easy, hearty and delicious option is to make a big frittata. In this case, I noticed with had some leftover thinly sliced turkey (originally meant for sandwiches) in the fridge, we also had some cheddar cheese, some tiny tomaotes and fabulous young spinach. So that’s what we had to work with…
Slice some onions and saute them some vegetable oil or butter, then add sliced turkey and the spinach and heat just long enough to wilt the leaves.
Add the tomatoes, season with salt and pepper, and crack 8-10 eggs and whisk lightly before adding them to the pan. Add some shredded cheddar cheese on top and cook for a minute or two to let the frittata set a bit, and put it into a pre-heated oven at say 350F for a few more minutes until cooked all the way through, but still moist.
Serve hot, though it will keep for a while and tastes fine at room temperature as well. Have some bread or potatoes on the side. This big pan easily served 6-8 people. I like my frittata with ketchup. :)