Frittata is Italian for what the Spanish call “tortilla”, or the equivalent of an omelet in English. In Tagalog, we call it “tortilya” and in any language, the frittata is definitely a favorite for brunch.
Try making this Frittata for Easter brunch. Even at the last minute, you can keep adjusting the size and amount to suit your guest list or family members arriving for the holiday.
A Frittata is easy to put together, and hard to resist. You can throw in anything, and can never go wrong. Whip up some eggs, throw in the chorizos, bacon, ground beef and add the tomatoes, onions or whatever you fancy. It’s simple and uncomplicated, yet you can have all the basic food groups well represented. Make Easter brunch easy! Fry a frittata and enjoy the holiday with your family!
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