So it’s Sunday and you are waking up slow…… maybe a little worse for wear from the previous night’s festivities? Or maybe you are fresh as the dew on the grass at 6:45AM. One way or the other you are hungry and in need of nourishment. Don’t poison yourself with another fast food breakfast sandwich and hash brown combo with a sub par coffee. That greasy egg McWhatever does have it’s time and place, but not today. Today is Sunday, the working stiff’s Sabbath. The last day to relax before it’s back on the grind. Treat yourself my friends.
You probably have the means to make an ordinary breakfast extraordinary with the ingredients in your fridge… you just don’t know it yet. By the end of this recipe, you’ll know what to keep on hand. These ingredients are definitely on the lavish side, but don’t worry! We’ve got your back. There are some more affordable and common items that will suffice as exceptional substitutes. So here is a five-star frittata that will be sure to satisfy any hungry soul with an appetite for something more on a Sunday morning.
* Cubing the cheese is better than shredding for this dish because it becomes an ingredient you can identify with your tongue, instead melting into the egg and creating one homogeneous texture.
* These ingredients are subtle and complimentary. For this recipe you don’t want to use sharp cheddar or green bell pepper because they would overpower the flavor of the lobster, not enhance it.
* Egg, lobster, orange bell pepper, and havarti… these are all delicate ingredients. They sing together harmoniously like a choir. It doesn’t always have to be bold and loud to be “Big Flavor”. A whisper can resonate more than a yell if the message is clean and clear.
* Mimosas would round out this dish wonderfully. Who doesn’t like a little champagne with their lobster??