SMOKED SALMON FRITTATA
Smoked Salmon Frittata
Brunch. Chicago is definitely a city that loves brunching. In fact, my family looks forward to brunch every weekend. Recently, we had friends over for brunch and I served this Smoked Salmon Frittata. Using smoked salmon I brought home from my trip to Alaska last month, this dish was the star of the meal. Studded with creamy goat cheese, fresh dill, scallions and chunks of smoked salmon, this frittata is perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch and/or dinner! I have quite a stash of Alaskan smoked salmon and finding ways to enjoy isn't so hard. I love it just on a piece of (gluten free) toast, a schmear of cream cheese and a sprinkling of minced red onion and capers. In an effort to try something a bit different, I used some Alaskan smoked salmon in a savory frittata. Suddenly a typical brunch is elevated to something more special and delicious. This is worthy of guests and easy to make. If you have a cast iron skillet, you can sauté the onions and garlic then transfer the egg mixture into it, then bake right in the same pan. I opted to bake in a pie plate for a nicer presentation... but its delicious either way.