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What are some seasonal vegetables to include in a frittata for a brunch?

asked by a Whole Foods Market Customer over 7 years ago

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CaryNC
added over 7 years ago

Asparagus is always good.

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sarah k.
added over 7 years ago

Yeah, asparagus is lovely. And chives and morel mushrooms? (If you can afford them! They're currently $60 a pound at my local market, but so delicious!)

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francesca gilberti
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added over 7 years ago

ramps! spring onions! tomme de savoie (typically a spring cheese which has to do with the time of year the cows drink)...or asparagus with some delicious blue cheese perhaps?

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ChefJune
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added over 7 years ago

Asparagus is FINALLY in season! ( Sadly, Americans think it's to be eaten all year round, so it has almost totally lost its "specialness" in Spring. and although morels are TERRIBLY expensive, if you use as[aragus AND morels, they won't cost as much.

Spring onions or ramps are also wonderful frittata fillers this time of year, and fiddleheads, when they come into season in a few weeks.

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thirschfeld
added over 7 years ago

Asparagus, sorrel, spinach and all of the above mentions are all very in season and of course that depends on your location.

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Slow Cooked Pittsburgh
added over 7 years ago

Oh and don't forget artichokes! Artichoke hearts are good in just about anything.

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prettyPeas
added over 7 years ago

Pea greens or even peas. Peas and ramps or spring onions is a great combo.

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healthierkitchen
added over 7 years ago

We don't have local asparagus up yet in DC area, and haven't seen peas, but have seen lots of different mushrooms and pea shoots which are a nice addition after a rough chop. Morels are pricey per pound, but you don't need much - I just bought a little bag (at WF no less) for $3.00. Chives and spring onions are locally available as well.

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