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This is an egg dish that can be served for either breakfast or dinner. It’s rather like a quiche, but without the crust.
Over medium-high heat, heat oil in a skillet, and add onions and boiled potatoes. Fry until the onions begin to caramelize. Stir in the roasted red peppers and asparagus and turn down heat to medium-low. Add the eggs (but do not scramble them) and then the feta.
When the eggs begin to cook around the edges, use a spatula to gently move the eggs from the edge of the pan into the center. While the mixture is still loose, add more feta and chopped parsley to the top. Continue to pull eggs toward the center of the pan.
When the mixture seems firm on the bottom, flip the entire tortilla onto a plate, so that the bottom is now on the top. Add a little more oil to the pan. Slide the tortilla back into the skillet and cook for one minute. Flip onto a serving plate and cut into wedges.
Looking for a tasty way to use up some leftovers in the fridge, I decided to take two of my favorite ingredients, eggs and grits and transform them into a luscious, mini casserole. This not only comforts, but gets your taste-buds excited. Try this easy recipe for a delicious brunch or light dinner. You will be happy you did!
A twist on a classic quiche, with a new and fun crust!
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