Spiralized Potato and Spinach Frittata (video)

Spiralized Potato and Spinach Frittata (video)

Videos are back, and I’m re-making this Spiralized Potato and Spinach Frittata!

The original recipe can be found here and is an #inspiralized spin on the lovely Liz from The Lemon Bowl‘s new e-cookbook series, Food From Our Ancestors.

You’ve all been loving it and recreating it yourselves, that I figure I’d show it some video love. This is probably my favorite shot I spotted on the #inspiralized Instagram hashtag:

It’s truly a delicious, easy, one-pan dish that freezes well and can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! The parmesan gives it that extra robust boost of flavor and the potatoes make it hearty and filling.

It’s gluten-free, ready in under 30 minutes, and makes even the most novice of cooks look like stars in the kitchen!

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I'm so thrilled to hear your readers have been loving my family's recipes!!! This makes me so happy!! Heading over to check out the video now!xoxoxo
Wanda Stofer says:
Once again I'm asking you to make a printable copy of your recipe. I have looked ALL OVER for for a print icon for the potato spinach frittata. Finally just jotted it down after watching the video. Please arrange the website so that I can print the recipe quickly. Otherwise the website is fine.
Karen Maloney says:
There is one. Right under the video is a link to the original recipe. And you can print it. Only difference I can see is the original adds parsley!
Roz says:
Can't we just have the recipe, for those of us who don't like/don't have time for/don't need videos? I'm going to make my own instead of using this one, cause I HATE watching videos. Just not my thing. Love the idea, love the photos! Not a video fan, never will be.
Christine Whittington says:
Agree completely with Roz. I just want the recipe I am not going to watch the video and am therefore going to miss making this absolutely delicious-looking frittata. Boo!
Roberta says:
Hi Ali, Thank you for the videos! I really appreciate how you try to make information available in a variety of formats(printable, video, links, etc.). You have an excellent site that is inviting, personable, informative, visually interesting & beautiful ,user friendly and most importantly a place where you want to keep returning to :) I have enjoyed being able to make your recipes for my family and always getting a positive response from my husband, our three teen age sons (i.e. "We're going to have this again, right", "Is there more", and other good things), my mom , aunt and brother. I also love sharing your recipes or directing people to your site because I know they will not be disappointed. By the way - on camera - You and Lu are wonderful - keep shining out with being you - that's what makes this site so special! Thanks from your fans in Alaska, Roberta

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