Kiki's Egg White Frittata

Believe it or not I first tried this at a cafe inside a Marriott Hotel. I was blown away with the flavors and craved it once I got home so of course I had to recreate it my way;) If you have not discovered Trader Joe's Green Goddess Salad Dressing then you're missing out! Next time you're there pick up a couple of bottles. It's great on eggs, chicken, pork and of course greens! I'm not sure what dressing the hotel used but it was full of herbs and the Green Goddess works! It does leave a garlic flavor in your mouth so have a mint handy!

For the frittata it's all egg whites. You can make it just as easily with the whole eggs but I like the healthier version. It's honestly a hearty meal that would suffice for lunch and dinner as well. When you think eggs, breakfast comes to mind but I can eat this any time of day and be SO happy!

This recipe is for 1 frittata so just multiply the ingredients to feed your crowd:

4 egg whites, beaten
1/2 avocado, seeded and cubed
4 mini heirloom tomatoes, cut in half
1/4 cucumber, chopped (I use the mini seedless from Trader Joe's)
arugula
green goddess dressing
kosher salt

Eggs cook quickly so have all your veggies chopped and ready to go. Whisk the egg whites and add them to a non-stick omelette pan coated in non-stick spray. Over medium-low heat cook the whites and every couple minutes take the spatula and from the edge push in towards the center to let the uncooked whites 'run' underneath. You can cook off the top under the broiler but I find it easy to do on the stove top.

Slide the frittata onto a plate and top with a handful of arugula. Drizzle a little dressing over top and the avocado, cucumbers, and tomatoes. Sprinkle with kosher salt and enjoy!

 

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