If you’re anything like me, you love breakfast at anytime of day! I can not count how many times I’ve made pancakes, bacon, and eggs for dinner! I mean, you’re talking to the girl who eats waffles for a snack! One of my favorite meals to make for a weekend breakfast or “breakfast at dinner”, is a frittata. Mostly because you can make a frittata with just about anything you have on hand. It’s the perfect solution for leftovers! You all know I enjoy making meals that are quick, easy, and delicious and one of my favorite fridge staples is the Curly’s Kansas City Style Brisket Burnt Ends. This recipe is made with one of Curly’s new RoadTrip Eats BBQ products, which is a perfect way to celebrate Curly’s 30th birthday! If you ask me, I think a 30th birthday is a HUGE milestone, so I decided to make a HUGE dish that will feed up to a family of 4 in 30 minutes or less! My Curly’s Brisket Burnt Ends and Veggie Frittata yields up to 8 servings, requires minimal ingredients, and takes no time at all to prepare. You’ll have a yummy dish on the table for your family by the time Jeopardy ends.
Here is what you’ll need:
~ Curly’s Kansas City Style Brisket Burnt Ends
~1 small red onion, diced
~1 cup of mushrooms
~9 oz. frozen chopped spinach, drained
~1 medium tomato
~2 cups of Cheddar/Monterrey jack cheese, shredded
~Seasoning of choice
Now for the fun and easy part!
1.) Preheat oven to 375 degrees
2.) In a large bowl, beat the eggs together with the seasoning of your choice. Add a splash of milk. (optional)
3.) In a large skillet, add onion and mushrooms and saute until they’ve softened. Once softened add the Curly’s Kansas City Style Brisket Burnt Ends to heat and combine with onions and mushrooms.
4.) After defrosting and draining the spinach, add to the mixture and carefully stir to combine.
5.) Directly into the skillet with the bbq and veggie mixture, pour eggs and gently stir to combine.
6.) Add cheese and then place tomato slices on top.
7.) Bake for 25 minutes.
8.) As soon as it’s done, serve right out of the pan!
Have you ever had a BBQ Burnt End Frittata before? If not you definitely want to give this recipe a try! The hickory smoked BBQ sauce on the burnt ends added an incredible flavor to the dish and though frittatas are mostly served at brunch you could easily serve this for dinner with out questions! You and your family will want to add this dish to the weekly rotation! You can find the Curly’s Kansas City Style Brisket Burnt Ends in the refrigerated meat case in you local grocery stores! If you give this recipe a try please let me know! I’d love to hear about how much you enjoyed it!
As always, thanks so much for stopping by!
Disclosure: This post was sponsored Curly’s BBQ. I was given the product used in this post but my opinions were 100% my own.