Chicken and Veggie Frittata

06 Mar

Chicken and Veggie Frittata

Chicken and Veggie Frittata
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2people 15 minutes 25minutes
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2people 15 minutes
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25minutes
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      Instructions
      1. In a skillet, saute the broccoli, mushrooms and scallions in olive oil until  tender.
      2. Add chicken; heat through. Remove from the heat and keep warm.
      3. In a mixing bowl, beat eggs, water, mustard, Italian seasoning and garlic  salt until foamy. tomatoes and broccoli mixture.
      4. Pour into a greased shallow 1 1/2 quart baking dish. Bake at 375 degrees F  for 22-27 minutes, or until a knife inserted in the center comes out  clean.
      Recipe Notes

      Makes 2 protein servings and one veggie serving.

      Phase 4 modifications:

      • may use 8 whole eggs
      • ay also add in 1 1/2 cups (6 oz.) low-fat Cheddar cheese,  shredded add after beating eggs

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      There are 9 comments on this post.

      1. Megan Briggs Mitrokostas

        March 6, 2013

        are you using a regular dijon mustard?
        and how much to eat at one meal?

      2. Megan Briggs Mitrokostas

        March 6, 2013

        how much do you eat for one serving?

        • Vasilios Papadopoulos

          March 6, 2013

          All of it!

      3. Rick Tellier

        March 6, 2013

        The portion of eggs for a Phase 1-3 dieters is 2 whole eggs plus 2 egg whites. So we probably should change the recipe to 4 whole eggs and 4 egg whites, and the recipe would yeild two servings.

      4. Jesse Spencer

        March 6, 2013

        I thought they just changed it to 4 eggs

        • Rick Tellier

          March 6, 2013

          You are correct, the most recent phase 1 protocol allows for 4 whole eggs plus 2 egg whites. We will update this. Thanks!

      5. Angela Sturgill

        March 6, 2013

        Scallions are in the onion family and so can only be eaten raw during phase 1…perhaps add onion powder instead? Oh but puleeze tell me I'm wrong and I will become a scallion sauté Queen!

        • Andover Diet Center | Weight Loss

          March 6, 2013

          Angela, scallions are ok. Technically speaking its the caramelization of the onion that is the problem, not cooking. Most coaches just say not to cook onions because it is confusing, but almost all agree scallions are good.

      6. Andover Diet Center | Weight Loss

        March 6, 2013

        Angela, scallions are ok. Technically speaking its the caramelization of the onion that is the problem, not cooking. Most coaches just say not to cook onions because it is confusing, but almost all agree scallions are good.

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