Easy spinach and sweet-potato frittata

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I have to admit. I tend to be a lazy cook. One pot dishes are my favourite, especially now that I tend to prefer eating at home. However, after a full day at work I am not always in the mood for an elaborate dinner. I always want to make something healthy as my lunch isn’t always so (I eat out).

Frittatas are super simple and quick to make, not to mention healthy too. Of course, everything fits into one pan! It’s also great for days when you have just a little ingredients left in your fridge and want to use it up at once. I whipped up this recipe just the other day and thought I’d share it.

INGREDIENTS: 1 – 2 cloves of garlic, 1/2 red onion, 2 medium-sized sweet potatoes, 3 – 4 cups of baby spinach, 4 eggs, milk, salt, pepper, chilli flakes, and some cheese (for topping).

METHOD: Chop your garlic and onions into small bits. Saute them in an oven save pan until the onions look a little clear. Next add your sweet potatoes (chopped into bite sizes) and mix everything together. Cook your potatoes until they are slightly soft (7 – 10 mins). Add the washed baby spinach and mix again.

Beat 4 eggs, add a splash of milk and salt & pepper. Once the spinach has wilted down pour the mixture into the pan.

Turn your oven onto 160 degrees. Once the bottom of the frittata looks cooked, push the pan into the oven for about 10 -15 mins.

Remove from the oven. Top the frittata with some cheese (I used parmesan) and chilli flakes (cause I like spicy food) and enjoy!

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