Easy Frittata Recipe

Making a frittata is super easy, and it’s just like a quiche – without the crust! This one is a version that I call Western Omelette Frittata since it has ham, onion, green peppers and cheese.

Ingredients for making a frittata

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A frittata is versatile

You can add pretty much anything to a basic frittata recipe, and it’s a great way to use up leftovers.  I made this one because I got a dozen eggs for free at the grocery store, and packages of ham steaks were buy-one-get-one-free.

Ingredients for making a frittata
Western omelette frittata ingredients

Frittata recipe

  • pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees
  • use cooking spray, and grease a 9 x 13″ baking pan.
  • beat 10 eggs with 1 cup of milk  (this is the base for any frittata)
  • dice ham into small cubes and spread over the bottom of the pan
  • dice a small onion and spread over ham
  • add diced green peppers over the ham & onions
  • shred cheddar cheese, and spread that on top of everything
  • carefully pour the eggs and milk mixture over everything
  • add salt & pepper to taste
  • bake for 30 minutes
Frittata fresh out of the oven

How easy was that?  And if you use leftovers, it will take even less time to make.

Other versions using the basic frittata recipe:

  • canned crab meat and asparagus with muenster cheese
  • all veggies – mushrooms, onions, peppers – whatever you have in the fridge – with cheddar
  • a “chicken pot pie” frittata with diced chicken, peas, carrots, diced & cooked potatoes, green beans with muenster or Monterrey Jack

Use your imagination!

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