Farmer’s Market Frittata by

Farmer’s Market Frittata

with Crisp Shitake Mushrooms, Spring Onions and Goat Cheese

Author: Sweet Green Kitchen’s Jen Jones

Serves about 4 as a main dish with a salad or other veggies on the side, also perfect for brunch with a warm crusty roll.


5 or 6 Shitake Mushrooms

Spring Onion Greens (that’s the onion tops) from about 3-4 onions

Or sub with 2 bunches Scallions OR 2-3 Leeks

6- 8 Eggs (depending upon size)

Grated Asiago Cheese – about ¼ cup or more to taste

2 ounces creamy Goat Cheese

Butter and Olive Oil

Salt (flaked sea salt if you have)

Ground Black Pepper



Heat a large non stick (oven safe) skillet (either a 10 or 12 inch pan will work) over a medium flame.

Wash, dry and slice the Shitake mushrooms.  Melt a bit of butter (about a teaspoon or two) into the skillet and then add in the mushrooms.  Sauté the mushrooms for several minutes until they get nice and crispy.  Once they’re crispy, sprinkle a little flaked salt and stir around and then remove from the pan.

While the mushrooms are cooking, clean and slice the green onion tops.

Into the same pan you’ve just removed the mushrooms from, add a little swirl of olive oil and then the onion greens.  Season with a little salt and pepper.  Sauté until softened and beginning to brown just a bit.

While the onion greens are cooking, whisk together the eggs in a medium bowl.  Season with salt and pepper and add about 2 tablespoons of the grated Asiago cheese.

Once the greens are cooked, spread them flat over the inside of the pan so they cover the entire surface, sprinkle with about a tablespoon of grated Asiago, then pour in the eggs and immediately lower the temperature to the lowest setting.  Do not stir.  Once the eggs just begin to set a bit, gently stir them around the pan.

Drop the goat cheese all over the eggs in small bits and then top with the crispy mushrooms and any remaining Asiago.  Remove the pan from the flame and place it in the oven about 4 – 6 inches from the broiler, turn on the broiler, watch carefully and allow to broil about 1 – 2 minutes until the top of the frittata sets and the cheese begins to brown.

Remove from the oven, cut into 4-6 portions, serve and Enjoy!


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