3 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon French’s mustard
Salt and pepper to taste cayenne
optional ingredients: Half-n-half (a petite splash), relish (a touch)
A wonderful brunch dish to make for guests that are in from out of town. Enjoy this recipe with ingredients of your choice. That is the wonderful thing about making a Frittata they are very flexible and can be changed based on what veggies, meats and cheeses you choose to use.
Give your eggs some spice! Enjoy this dish as a part of a Southwestern flared lunch.
An easy to make brunch component for the holiday guests that are in from out of town.
Give this delightful brunch recipe a try.
For the sauce:
For the sauce, combine the stock, wine, herbs, shallots, carrot and seasonings in a heavy-bottomed pot and bring to a boil over medium high heat. Boil rapidly until the liquid has reduced to two cups (500ml). Strain out the shallots and herbs. Blend 2 tablespoons of the butter with the flour, working them together into a smooth paste. Off the heat, whisk the butter-flour mixture into the wine. Return it to the heat and boil for about 30 seconds, until thickened. Cover and set aside.
Frittatas are a great way to use up veggies that are almost out the door. Give this one a try but experiment with your own veggies too.
Isn’t it crazy that we have to “discover” that eggs are good for you? We’ve been eating eggs forever, and all healthy cultures eat eggs. In fact, the heart-healthiest people on planet earth eat eggs, to the tune of about 1 every single day. And it’s not JUST the egg whites, they eat the yolks too. Healthy people.
Crazy right? Haven’t those heart healthy people read our theories about how eggs — and especially their yolks — are actually harming their hearts? In stead of being so heart healthy all the time, they should hop on the newest trends and start eating Egg Beaters.
I actually like this article because it validates the observations we can all see are true. Egg whites are good for you. Just note, however, that just because egg whites are good for you doesn’t mean the whole egg is not.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost