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Make-Ahead Brunch: Greek Frittata

December 31 2012 - 11:00 AM

The last thing anyone wants to do on New Years day is wait an hour and a half to get into Bongo Room. Or attempt to whip up brunch for a crowd hungover. Or really do anything at all before noon, for that matter. The best solution is to prepare brunch beforehand since you just can’t be prepared for the circumstances when you wake up.

Baked French toast or brown butter vanilla bean cake are always great options on the sweeter side. For an easy, savory option, go for a frittata. As a frittata novice, I was amazed to see how easy they are to make and customize depending on what ingredients you have on hand. I personally don’t love eggs, so I was able to go heavy on the potatoes, cheese and veggies.

I loved the combination of ingredients I used, with the chewy and salty sun-dried tomatoes and feta cheese. The cherry tomatoes added a sweetness to the dish, and the buttery potatoes make it rich and hearty. I’d also recommend using caramelized onions, leeks, mushrooms or sliced peppers. You can adapt this recipe to feed any number of people – or to enjoy just yourself.

See the full  Potato, Tomato & Feta Frittata recipe here >>

–Marly Schuman