With plenty of topping varieties and copious room to pack in fresh veggies, this Egg White Frittata will bring excitement (or should I say egg-citement ) to your meal.
As far as the ingredients go, a frittata is similar to an omelet, but there are a few differences. The frittata, which can serve several people, is partially cooked on the stovetop and finished in the oven. An omelet, typically designed for one or two people, is cooked only on the skillet.This spinach egg white frittata is so delightful that it has become a frequent lunch at our house.
Egg White Frittata Recipe Variations:
An egg white frittata is an Italian egg-based dish that consolidates egg whites with practically any vegetable as well as meat fixings you have close by.
Using all egg whites for the frittata is a common healthy recipe for those on a diet, because egg whites are very low calorie and high protein. This frittata is fleecy, delightful, and filling. With the tips and deceives beneath, you’re headed to Italian breakfast, lunch, or healthy dinner.
Tips for Egg White Frittata Variations:
- Use a little fat. 1 tablespoon of butter makes this frittata so much more enjoyable and tasty .
- Pack in the vegetables. Colorful fresh veggies not only make it look appealing, but they also make the frittata taste better and make it healthier for you . My go-to is red peppers and spinach.
- Cheese is your bestie. A small handful of fully flavored cheese such as cheddar or feta can do wonders for your frittata. For a dairy-free option, try sprinkling on some nutritional yeast.
- Don’t skip the toppings. A dash of hot sauce or salsa, scoop of avocado, or simple handful of whatever fresh herbs are in your fridge will elevate your frittata to perfection.
Tips and Tricks for :
While cooking frittatas or other fried egg dishes, utilize a non-stick skillet. I don’t suggest making egg white frittata in cast iron since you would need to vigorously cover the cast iron with spread or non-stick shower (and regardless of whether you, your eggs would most likely still stick!).
- Mushroom, Spinach, and Feta: A true, can’t-go-wrong trifecta.
- Broccoli Cheddar: Chop a head of broccoli into small pieces and it pair with a handful of shredded cheddar cheese. A comfort flavor indeed.
- Add Meat: Include some cooked meat of your choice.
- Mini Frittatas:For a mini egg white frittata recipe, you could experiment with making egg muffins with all egg whites.
To Store: Refrigerate egg white mini frittata in an impenetrable stockpiling holder for as long as 3 days.
To Reheat: Rewarm extras in a baking dish in the stove at 350 degrees or warm heat in the microwave.
To Freeze:Freeze frittata in an impenetrable cooler safe stockpiling holder for as long as 90 days. Let defrost for the time being in the cooler prior to warming.
What to Serve with Ideas:
Egg White Frittata
Place a rack in the upper third of your oven and preheat the oven to boil.
Heat a little (8-inch) nonstick (it MUST be nonstick) and broiler safe skillet over medium intensity. Add butter. When the spread is dissolved, add the red ringer pepper. Saute until the pepper softens around 6 to 8 minutes.
Meanwhile, whisk the egg whites in a bowl until they are lightly frothy.
To the skillet, add the Italian seasoning, salt, and green onion. Stir to combine. Let cook 30 seconds.
Add the spinach to the skillet a little at a time, stirring cooks down. This takes 1 to 2 minutes.
Slowly pour the egg whites into the skillet and let cook , until the edges begin to cook through and appear more solid white.
With a rubber spatula, gently lift up the edges of the egg whites and tilt the pan so any uncooked whites run underneath the cooked eggs and are now touching the bottom of the skillet. Move your spatula all the way around, lifting the edges as you go. Let cook 1 more minute.
Sprinkle the cheese on top, then move the skillet to the oven. Broil for 2 to 3 minutes (don’t leave) until the egg whites are puffed and have cooked through. Slide onto a plate or cutting board. Cut into wedges and serve hot, with hot sauce and avocado as desired.
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 176
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 9g14%
- Saturated Fat 5g25%
- Cholesterol 24mg8%
- Potassium 482mg14%
- Total Carbohydrate 7g3%
- Dietary Fiber 2g8%
- Protein 17g34%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.