Cast Iron Skillet Frittata

I had an inspiration this morning for another leftover ham dish.  I fixed it for brunch, but it would be good for dinner or any time.  If you want to mess up all those dishes so early in the morning, be my guest and make it for breakfast.  I am a messy cook and can use almost every pan in the kitchen on a good day.  Just ask my girls.  But today it was me on my own to cook and clean!

Back to the leftover ham.  I had put it in the freezer, so I had to peel off about three slices and defrost in the microwave for a couple of minutes.  At that point it was ready to dice.  At this rate I think I have about 3 more meals, maybe 4 from a small, sliced ham I received as a gift for Christmas.  Be thrifty and use up those gifts.

Anyway, it is a cold, grey day here today and the kitchen is the place for me to be.  Even at work on a day like this I would prefer to be at home baking.

As we move into a new year the Tumbleweed Contessa crew wishes you the best.  May you have all you need and your health, your faith, and your family be secure.

Blessings and best wishes for a Happy New Year!     The Contessa (Linda)

Comments (5)

  1. BigSister

    Yes indeedy you can definitely mess up every dish! It is almost always worth eating though. This looks like just one of those dishes. Not too many though! Going into my line up for sure. Cast iron is totally underused and once you have a good one has the best flavor.

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  2. Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    First of all, I love Frittatas and this one sounds scrumptious! I have thyme in my greenhouse and need to use it more often! Thank you for another awesome recipe!

    Secondly, you are The Winner of a zippered pouch from Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Blog Hop! Will you please email me your favorite color and address? I’ll sew a pouch just for you! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  3. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes

    This looks delicious! Thank you for joining Evelyn and myself in our first ever Let’s Get Social Sunday hop! Following via BlogLovin!

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  4. Stephanie

    I should not browse blogs while I am hungry! :) Thanks for linking up to my link party! :)

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  5. Diane Roark

    I found this post from the link up on Gooseberry Patch Skillet recipes. Your breakfast dish looks quick and delicious. Blessings, Diane Roark visit anytime at http://www.recipesforourdailybread.com

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