Snausage and Egg Frittata

Here's your gluten free one pot dinner, or lunch, or breakfast. I've had the sausage free version and unless you're a vegetarian, with sausage is better.

Btw, this sausage is from my friend Manny who has a small Italian specialty store in my hometown. He makes just enough each week. The difference between his and commercial brands is enormous – far less fat and no filler. This is the real deal. No wonder he reluctantly sold me my first pounds when I said it was going to the grill. It really can dry out if you're careless. Support small biz! 🙂

Ingredients

3 russet potatoes

1/2 pound sausage, out of casing

1/2 large or 1 medium onion, halved and sliced

1/4 pound – ish mushrooms, sliced

8 eggs

1/4 cup Parmesan or other sharp grated cheese

Olive oil

Butter

Salt & pepper


Preheat oven 350. Peel, halve, slice potatoes – 1/4 inch ish. Steam potatoes until tender, maybe 10-15 minutes. Meanwhile cook sausage in medium, non stick oven proof sauté pan. Medium low heat. When it's browned and cooked through, remove. Add about a tablespoon of olive oil. Add onions and soften about 5-8 minutes. Add mushrooms and sauté 5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Whisk eggs, 1/4 teaspoon salt, some pepper, cheese. Sprinkle more oil in pan if needed and a tablespoon or two of butter. Add sausage and eggs. Gently distribute the hard bits with the egg. When edges set, toss in oven until set. 15 minutes.

To remove from pan (not necessary!), loosen all edges. Cover pan with large plate and turn upside down. Then right side on another plate.


Eat – B


Note: Please don't tell anyone related to me about the cheese – I lied about it.

 

Published by Betsy Karetnick

Dynamic lifestyle broadcaster, journalist, and media expert. Brand builder. Innovator. Producer. Experienced in business development and all aspects of media. Extensive experience on a national platform attracting and retaining an audience by mixing entertainment and education on lifestyle issues including cooking, cleaning, crafting, organizing, personal finance and dining out. Owner and operator of The Portable Garden, northern New Jersey's premier source for exclusive custom event design, special event flowers, container gardens and small scale landscape installations.

3 thoughts on “Snausage and Egg Frittata

  1. This looks so yummy, Betsy. I do something similiar with hot pork sausage made locally. I use sweet potatoes with it.   Jane From: I Am Not A Restaurant! To: dagjl52@yahoo.com Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2015 4:11 PM Subject: [New post] Snausage and Egg Frittata #yiv1593983559 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv1593983559 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv1593983559 a.yiv1593983559primaryactionlink:link, #yiv1593983559 a.yiv1593983559primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv1593983559 a.yiv1593983559primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv1593983559 a.yiv1593983559primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv1593983559 WordPress.com | Betsy Karetnick posted: “Here’s your gluten free one pot dinner, or lunch, or breakfast. I’ve had the sausage free version and unless you’re a vegetarian, with sausage is better. Btw, this sausage is from my friend Manny who has a small Italian specialty store in m” | |

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