Summer Frittata Recipe: CSA Fresh & Local!

CSA frittata

This time of year, no matter how hard I try, I always have some random vegetables left. Here’s a list of what I received in my Groundswell Community Farm CSA share last week:
Radishes or Herb bunch (chives, sage, mint, thyme)
Bok Choy OR Cabbage OR Kohlrabi
Kale OR Chard
Summer Squash
1 Pepper OR 3 Hot Peppers

One of my favorite ways to use up random CSA vegetables is to make frittatas. They go together so fast and you can use pretty much whatever you have on hand!

This time around I used a bell pepper, a few beet greens, a small summer squash, leeks instead of onion, and a teaspoon of smoked mozzarella and tomato seasoning from Wildtree. Delicious!

6 eggs
1 medium onion, chopped
2 cups vegetables, chopped
1/4 cup cheese
salt, pepper, and herbs to taste

Preheat broiler
If not using a nonstick skillet, place a little oil in a 10 inch skillet and heat
Add onion and soften for a few minutes
Add remaining vegetables and cook until desired doneness
Meanwhile, whisk together the eggs and seasonings in a medium bowl
Fold in the cheese and cooked vegetables
In the same pan, add a little more oil and cook the egg and vegetable mixture about 10 minutes, covered, until the top is mostly set
Place in broiler, uncovered, until the top browns
Cut into 4 wedges and serve

If you’re in the West Michigan area, be sure to support our sponsor, Groundswell Community Farm.
You can pick up in-season vegetables from Groundswell at the following markets:

Fulton St. Farmers Market – Saturdays, 8am to ~1:30pm @ the north end of the market
1147 East Fulton, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The market is located a half block west of the corner of Fulton and Fuller Streets east of downtown. They are the end stall on the North end, near Fountain St.

Holland Farmers’ Market – Saturdays, 8am to ~1:30pm, May 17th to November
150 W. 8 th St., Holland, MI 49423
Mid-May through November or December
Wednesdays from June through October
They are usually near the west end of the market, about 8 stalls in on the north side of the aisle.

South Haven Farm Market – Saturdays, 8am – 2pm
Mid-May to mid-October
546 Phoenix St, S Haven, MI 49090

Grand Haven Farmers Market – Saturdays, 8am-1pm
Mid-May – late October
301 N Harbor Dr, Grand Haven, MI 49417

What vegetables are you enjoying these days? Comment below!

Whaddaya think?