With a subtle variety of flavors and textures, this lovely frittata is sure to be a hit for breakfast, brunch or even dinner!
Cremini mushrooms are high in phytonutrients – be sure to choose mushrooms free of discoloration, as this is an indication of a reduction in phytonutrient content. Surprisingly, cremini mushrooms benefit the immune system to a greater extent, even, than shiitake mushrooms. Cremini mushrooms are high in minerals such as copper and selenium, and B-vitamins such as B2 and pantothenic acid (B5).
Thinly slice red onion. Slice zucchini and mushrooms. Dice mozzarella.
Preheat oven to 350°.
Sauté onion, zucchini and mushrooms in oil until soft; transfer to shallow baking dish.
Whisk eggs, salt, pepper and turmeric, pour over zucchini mixture.
Bake until eggs are nearly set, about 3 minutes. Sprinkle mozzarella and basil on top, return to oven. When eggs are done, remove from oven.
Slice and enjoy!
Preparation: 30 minutes
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