Eggland’s Best is having Recipe Contest. And I’m Entering. I also want a free breakfast.

So using my leftover steak from the other night, i am going to make a frittata of a Classic sammie turned into a yummy treat! Plus, Steak and eggs make a nice couple.
Philly Cheese Steak and Eggs… with some Garlic Toast! Yum! this steak is perfect for a frittata because it literally falls apart when you touch it (in a good way).
Here’s what you will need:

5 eggs beaten
6 oz of leftover steak chopped up coarsely
1/2 an onion chopped
2 tbsp Fat free milk (add to beaten eggs)
salt and pepper to taste
2 tsp butter or some nonstick spray
3 slices of Provolone, swiss or Mozzarella.
(for toast- toast two slices of bread. take one cloves are garlic and rub it onto the toast, then add a little butter/margarine)
Heres what ya gotta do:
Preheat oven 400*. Beat 5 eggs and add milk to them to make it fluffy.
In a skillet (cast iron or stainless steel) saute onions in butter till they turn clear and start to caramelize. Add the coarsely chopped steak and heat through. Pour beaten eggs in and using your spatula move everyone around till the eggs start to solidify. Take then entire skillet and put it in the oven. Let it cook for 10 minutes or until top layer is golden brown. Remove from oven with pot holders and lay the cheese on top. Serve with some garlic-buttered toast.

Toast the Bread… I used my toaster because it toasts bread. im sure there are other methods. this one works best though.

I learned this trick from Rachael Ray. take a clove of garlic and rub it across a slice of toast. Now its all garlicky and delicious.

I sprayed it with I Cant Beleive its Not Butter. About 7 sprays each slice.

Here’s my dinner plate. It smelled soooo good! I could seriously go for some right now!

And here’s my big bite. I placed a piece of the frittata on the toast and ate it like an open faced sammie. Love love love! yum!

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