I’m not sure why I don’t make vegan frittata or quiche more often. It’s delicious. It’s easy. It makes great leftovers. You can easily switch up the add-ins.
This week I made a Vegan Zucchini Frittata. It’s a good time of year to find ways to use up zucchini anyway. I only made minimal changes to that recipe. I added a small amount of oil to the pan to fry up the shallots and added an extra tablespoon of nutritional yeast because it is delicious. This one probably could have cooked a little longer. It was a bit soft in the middle but still held its shape. I was just impatient for dinner.
I ate it with some pretty lazy sides: tater tots and steamed broccoli.
So, I’m copying people again. But hey, isn’t that what VeganMofo is all about? Well, partly about. Getting yummy new ideas from other people. I impulse bought a delicata squash and needed something to do with it, then I saw this. Perfect! Is there anything more comforting on a cool day than some lovely roasted vegetables? This recipe is pretty simple, but amazingly tasty. For the herb option, I went with rosemary and thyme. To go with it, I made polenta. Creamy polenta, roasty vegetables. Mmmm….
Also, if you haven’t tried delicata squash yet, you must. It’s a great lazy squash because the skin is fairly thin and you don’t have to peel it. See the little striped bits? Tasty!