A few weeks ago, I was invited to the PMA FRESH SUMMIT by Pure Flavor. Pure Flavor uses the method of hydroponics to grow their produce. This method uses mineral nutrient solutions in water, without soil. Allowing for a pollution and pest free growing environment. Pure Flavor was debuting their new expo display. It was beautiful! Their expo space featured a large selection of their produce. There was heirloom tomatoes, mini eggplant, and lettuce just to name a few.
Seeing all that amazing produce made me want to make a nice hearty salad. I was getting hungry. Pure Flavor had expo guess covered in that area as well. In their expo space was Chef Asha Gomez preparing some delicious bites to nibble on. Chef Asha Gomez’s Atlanta restaurant, Spice to Table, is a favorite amongst Atlanta foodies. When I arrived she was busy getting those tasty bites out.
Pure Flavor was very generous in giving me a few of their products to take home and cook with. Yay!
In the bag:
Poco Bites, cocktail cucumbers. My daughter ate all of them! She thought they were cute and delicious. She put them in her lunch for school everyday till they were gone.
Mini eggplant. I made a delicious Eggplant Lasagna with them.
Aurora Bites Mini Peppers. Again my daughter loved these and so did I. I put them in salads, omelets, or just ate them alone. Great taste. Sweet, crisp, and fresh.
Marzanito Mini Tomatos. Also great in salads, omelets, or just by themselves.
Chocolate Tomatoes. Delicious! That is all you need to know! Put them on anything that you want to be awesome. The end.
One thing I did make a couple times ( ok it was 3 times) was a Spinach & Tomato Frittata. Let me start by saying that I really can’t recall ever making a frittata ever. However I do know how to cook and I had these great veggies provided by Pure Flavor. Let make a frittata! Why not! I wanted to use the chocolate tomatoes, mini tomatoes, and the mini peppers. I thought it would make a great combination. I made the frittata in my mini 6.5 inch cast iron skillet. A, not for sharing size if you will! Feel free to make two so you won’t feel pressured into sharing. No one likes that. lol.
Mini Spinach & Tomato Frittata
3 eggs beaten
1 chocolate tomato, sliced
2 large mushrooms, sliced
1/4 cup onions
Handful of fresh spinach, roughly chopped
5 Marzanito Mini Tomatoes , cut in half
1 Aurora Bites Mini Pepper, sliced
1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1 Tbsp heavy whipping cream
1/4 tsp rosemary salt
1/4 tsp fresh ground black pepper
Pat of butter
- Preheat oven to 350
- Combine cheese, salt, and pepper in a small bowl. Set aside.
- Melt butter in skillet. Add onions and mushooms. Cook until slightly tender. About a minute.
- Layer sliced tomatoes on top followed by spinach, mini peppers, and mini tomatoes.
- Pour egg and cheese mixture on top.
- Put in the oven for 20 minutes.
So easy to make! And so good too! I made mines with coconut pancakes and a pumpkin spice latte!
14 thoughts on “PMA FRESH SUMMIT , Pure Flavor and a Spinach & Tomato Frittata!”
Looks delicious! Definitely going to try making it sometime!
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Thank you! It’s really good!
Looks delicious! Definitely going to try making it!
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This sounds really good! I love breakfasts that are filled with veggies.
I am not a huge egg person, but this sounds delicious!
I will try to put this on my breakfast rotation. I guess I will have to make enough to share. Thanks for the recipe and ideas!
Lol! It’s great for lunch and dinner too!
That looks so good! I could eats all day every day!
Yum! I was trying to get myself to make a fritata or some kind of egg bake for dinner last night so I would have leftovers for the rest of the week. I got really lazy and ended up not but this is a reminder to me that I probably should have…haha! Looks so good!
lol! Make it! It’s so easy!
Oh man this looks DELICIOUS! I am a big fan of egg dishes!
Thank you! It’s really good! Give it a try!
I haven’t had a frittata in ages, but that looks so good! I never even knew that chocolate tomatoes existed! :O
The chocolate tomatoes gave the frittata a little something extra! Yum!