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Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, a quick and easy breakfast recipe with eggs, mushrooms, spinach, and some cheese because well, cheese makes everything better. A frittata is basically a baked omelette, or at least that’s how I like to describe it, and is a welcome variation to egg-based breakfasts if you and your family love them.

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TH loves frittata, especially if it contains his favourite ingredients like mushrooms and spinach. The basic ingredients in a frittata more or less remain the same but the proportion can be varied per paste. I kept mine quite light (no cream as some recipes call for) but added a generous amount of parmesan because we love it.

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I must mention these other egg recipes on the site which you could try for breakfast too. I make some of them, like the omelettes, over and over again and they remain firm favourites.
Onion Mushroom Quiche
Cheese Omelet
Masala Omelet
Kothu Roti

On to the lovely spinach mushroom frittata recipe which I adapted loosely from Ricardo Cuisine.

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Spinach mushroom frittata recipe

nags

A frittata recipe with spinach and mushrooms, perfect egg-based breakfast that requires very little hands-on cooking time.

5 from 3 votes

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Prep Time 15 minutes mins

Cook Time 20 minutes mins

Total Time 35 minutes mins

Course Breakfast

Cuisine International

Servings 2 -3

Ingredients

  • 6 eggs
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 2 cups sliced button mushrooms
  • 3 cups packed chopped spinach or use baby spinach washed and whole
  • 2 tbsp butter or olive oil
  • 1/2 cup grated fresh parmesan cheese
  • 1 tsp freshly cracked black pepper adjust to taste
  • Salt to taste

Instructions

  • Pre-heat oven to 350F / 180C

  • Grease a metal or glass baking pan (8" or 9" should work) generously with butter or olive oil

  • Add the remaining butter in a heated pan

  • Add chopped mushrooms, salt, some pepper, and cook on medium-high heat for 3 minutes or until the mushrooms begin to soften

  • Now add the spinach and cook for another minute, just until it begins to wilt

  • In a bowl, whisk the eggs along with the milk, cheese, and some salt and pepper

  • Mix the mushroom-spinach mixture with the egg mixture

  • Pour into the greased baking tray

  • Bake in the pre-heated oven for about 20 minutes or until the edges brown and the centre of the frittata has also cooked through</span>

  • Let it cool slightly and cut into squares or wedges

  • Serve warm with ketchup or tomato sauce

Step by Step Spinach Mushroom Frittata Recipe
Pre-heat oven to 350F / 180C
Grease a metal or glass baking pan (8″ or 9″ should work) generously with butter or olive oil
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Add the remaining butter or olive oil in a heated pan
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Add chopped mushrooms, salt, some pepper
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and cook on medium-high heat for 3 minutes or until the mushrooms begin to soften
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Now add the spinach and cook for another minute, just until it begins to wilt
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In a bowl, whisk the eggs along with the milk, cheese, and some salt and pepper. I used two whole eggs and 4 egg whites for our frittata. This is really up to you.
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Mix the mushroom-spinach mixture with the egg mixture and pour into the greased baking tray
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Bake in the pre-heated oven for about 20 minutes or until the edges brown and the centre of the frittata has also cooked through
Let it cool slightly and cut into squares or wedges
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Serve warm with ketchup or tomato sauce
Notes:
You can change the amount of eggs and proportion of milk as we all as the cheese.
Cheddar cheese works well in this recipe too
Adjust salt and pepper to your taste and season generously so the frittata doesn’t turn out bland
You can refrigerate the remaining frittata for up to a day and lightly warm before serving, as needed
For frittata recipe in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Urdu, etc please use the Google Translate button in the sidebar.

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  1. Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (15)Satta Matka

    Vary nice recipe

    Reply

  2. Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (16)Asha

    Hi. If we pack this for breakfast, and have it an hour later, will it be soggy or how it’ll taste? Thanks in advance.

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    • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (17)nags

      it will be soft, not soggy. just pack after cool.

      Reply

  3. Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (18)Jenny

    Hi Nags,

    This looks like a great, easy dish!

    Just one question: when using fresh baby spinach, how much?

    Thanks,
    Jenny

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    • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (19)nags

      Hi Jenny, just use around 100 grams. It can be a bit more or less, doesn’t matter or affect the frittata recipe too much

      Reply

  4. Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (20)Ritu

    Liked this Frittata recipe. i have tried it with potatoes. Going to try with these veggies soon.

    Reply

    • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (21)nags

      thanks! hope you like it

      Reply

  5. Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (22)Bobbie

    Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (23)
    I’m excited to try your frittata method. I’ve always started frittata on the stove top in a large non-stick skillet to set the sides and the bottom then moved it to the oven under the broiler until the top is golden brown. It’s so hard to gauge cooking times and not dry it out. Your method looks like it would cook through but not dry out.

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    • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (24)nags

      yes, try it! i used to do the way you do too, then realised this is just way easier

      Reply

  6. Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (25)D

    Hi this query is regarding your oreo cheesecake. Can i replace nestle cream with amul?

    Reply

    • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (26)nags

      sure, definitely give it a shot

      Reply

      • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (27)D

        Amul cream is only 25 percent fat. Will that suffice?

        Reply

        • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (28)nags

          Suffice for? This frittata recipe doesn’t use cream

          Reply

          • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (29)D

            My query was regarding your oreo cheesecake!

            Reply

  7. Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (30)Priyanka

    Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (31)
    Hi Nags! This looks fabulous! We also freak out on frittatas and I was drooling on this one!

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    • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (32)nags

      Thank you Priyanka!

      Reply

  8. Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (33)Biny Anoop

    Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (34)
    Hello Nags…u cudn’t have made it look easier

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    • Spinach mushroom frittata recipe, step by step - Edible Garden (35)nags

      Thanks Biny! Hope you try it 🙂

      Reply

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