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Monday, July 27, 2009

Potato, Onion & Yellow Squash Frittata

It was a rainy day here. I generally like rainy days. They're 'cozy days'. As I considered what I wanted for dinner, I thought that this cozy day deserved a cozy, comforting meal. After a bit of pondering, I decided on Seafood Risotto. I have a wonderful recipe for it and thought it would be perfect. Then the afternoon passed. And I wasn't hungry for risotto anymore. Nor was I in the mood for much cooking. My lethargy led me to a frittata. It's my go-to meal when I know I need some protein but am not up to exerting much effort in the kitchen. Fifteen minutes from start to finish, and dinner is on the table. *sigh* Maybe I'll make risotto later in the week...

8 comments:

Chow and Chatter said...

this looks great and quick is a good thing

Martha said...

Fritatas are a favorite here. Yours looks really good.

Thibeault's Table said...

Lori, you make the best frittatas.

Ann

La Table De Nana said...

I just commented on a Frittata..Yours is just perfect too..It must mean I need to make one very soon!

Linda said...

A great meal Lori...and the cold leftovers great on a sandwich made of crusty Italian bread...
Beautiful!
Hope you are feeling peppy today!
L~xo

Cucinista said...

Looks great, and so colorful. Food should definitely look good too :)

Mari at Once Upon a Plate said...

Lori, I think that is one of the best looking frittatas I've ever seen.

I make one each week, first for breakfast (or dinner), then the leftovers to nibble on a day later.

Love the combination of ingredients you chose. Beautiful photos, too! xo~m.

MaryBeth said...

Love this dish, the combo of flavors is great and it looks so crispy and good.

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