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Low-and-Slow Spring Onion Frittata

Low-and-Slow Spring Onion Frittata
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On top of providing tons of protein, this recipe gives you more than 100% of your daily vitamins A and C, thanks to the kale. By cooking your Spring Onion Frittata on a lower oven setting for a longer period of time, you get a denser, creamier texture without having to add any high-fat dairy. You can serve this spring onion frittata hot from the oven or at room temperature, but do not skip the vibrant herb salad piled on top. Any next-day leftovers are phenomenal thinly sliced and eaten on toasted multigrain bread with a drizzle of olive oil.

Active time: 35 minutes Total time: 1 hour

Originally published May 2019, updated April 2023

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