Martha Mondays: Spinach Frittata

Thanks to Karen at At Least Twice a Week for making this week’s pick, Spinach Frittata from Feb Everyday Food.

I haven’t eat spinach in a LONG time, since my recent bout with kidney stones, since it is on the list of foods that cause them for me.  I was ready to try spinach again (at least a small amount) so I was glad this was the pick. This recipe was in the cooking for one section of the mag. I only made one portion and Mr. MarthaAndMe shared it as part of dinner. I did not make the green salad Martha has with it.

The frittata was easy to make. Cook some shallot and wilt the spinach. Beat an egg and 2 egg whites. Add some Gruyere, mix it together and bake in a hot ovenproof bowl with more cheese on top. Simple and delicious. And also very quick. I liked it a lot.

We’re going to skip Martha Mondays next week and resume on March 1. The selection for March 1 will be up on Feb 23, so check back for that.

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6 Responses to Martha Mondays: Spinach Frittata

  1. Yours looks really good. I think other people liked it to. My results are up :


  2. Lyndsey says:

    Yours looks fantastic! That’s why it was a single serving! I gave it to my husband and made something for myself out of the same ingredients! I did post it on my food blog: The Tiny Skillet!

    We liked it too, and it was quick and easy!

  3. Yum! I LOVE spinach. This looks absolutely delicious!

  4. lucyandme says:

    I really liked this one. My comments are posted at

  5. Sheryl says:

    Whenever I have nothing in the house, I make a frittata. I keep some frozen organic spinach and broccoli in the freezer at all times, so it’s always available to add to the dish. And I always caramelize some onions. All combined, it’s a great, healthy dinner, along with a salad.

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