Breakfast Meals

happy veterans day + one delicious frittata recipe

November 11, 2014

american flag fritatta on midwestlovefest

H A P P Y  V E T E R A N ‘ S  DAY

For all those who give up everything to fight for our country. Our future kids. Our freedoms. For those who give their lives to protect ours. For those who live with the fights they fight, for all of us. Thank you.


I believe thanking our nation’s finest should be more than just one day, and should go deeper than a handshake. I mean, we will never understand everything they give up. Ever. But I think it’s important we take a moment to put ourselves in the shoes of the people who fight for us every day. Thank them in a way that has meaning.

american flag fritatta on midwestlovefestIf you’re planning to celebrate and honor loved ones (or maybe even your neighbor or a friend’s friend),  I wanted to share this American Flag Frittata recipe, so you can share it with others too!

First, it’s delicious. Second, what is it with people and fritattas? Whenever I mentioned I was making one (the Crate & Barrel guy, a co-worker) they chuckled at me. Is it the name? Am I missing some inside joke that the world knows and I don’t? I’m not sure.

american flag fritatta on midwestlovefestamerican flag fritatta on midwestlovefestAnyway, fritatatas can be made basically any way you want. I followed this as a rough guideline, but (somewhat ironically) made my own, with with an Italian twist. ONLY because I was missing Italian breakfasts and my honeymoon.

american flag fritatta on midwestlovefestLike I said, you can make yours however you want. Though I will say, this particular recipe is DELISH. Also, if you have trouble cleaning your cast iron pan (apparently, you’re not supposed to soak it or use soap), I recommend reading this article.

This recipe is also great if you’re making it for just a few people, since the leftovers make for really easy breakfasts.

Basically, this fritatta is the shit. Just sayin’.

Hope you enjoy with loved ones today.american flag fritatta on midwestlovefest

American Flag Fritatta
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Italian-inspired American Flag fritatta.
Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 6-8 pieces
  • olive oil
  • 8 eggs
  • 5-6 pieces of bacon
  • 1 blue potato
  • ¼ garlic powder
  • ½ tsp turmeric
  • ¼ sea salt
  • ½ package of prosciutto (I used La Quercia, 3 oz)
  • ½ mozzarella log
  1. Grease cast iron pan with olive oil.
  2. Place bacon in pan and fry, until desired crispiness.
  3. Take bacon out and set aside.
  4. Whisk eggs together.
  5. Add garlic powder, turmeric and sea salt to eggs.
  6. Begin to heat pan.
  7. Shred mozzarella and add to pan.
  8. Shred prosciutto and add to pan.
  9. Pour in eggs, and wait for sides to harden.
  10. Wash and slice potatoes, and add to corner.
  11. Place bacon lengthwise in pan.
  12. Place in oven for 8-10 minutes (it only took me 8 minutes).
  13. Take out and place little shreds of mozzarella on potatoes.
  14. Place back in oven for 30 seconds to help melt mozzarella pieces to potatoes.
  15. Enjoy!

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