So last week I was telling you about my TV crisis and how we purchased a brand new LG 4k OLED stunner … but it looked weird.
I couldn’t figure out how this was possible since a TV should be a TV, right? After doing some research (I literally Googled “why does my 4k TV look weird”), I discovered the culprit. Something called “soap opera effect” plagues many new TVs.
Apparently this is something the manufacturers put in the TVs thinking they will be helpful. It’s supposed to smooth the picture. I don’t quite know how to explain it, all that technical mumbo jumbo is over my head. But I was relieved to learn I wasn’t crazy and there was a way to stop it.
Only it took me forever to figure out how to remedy the problem and only after watching a YouTube video about how to adjust the picture was I able to finally enjoy my new TV. Who knew TV watching was so complicated???
Another thing I love as much as my new TV is spring and this ah-mazing stretch of weather we are currently having. It’s the bomb and I am celebrating with a Ramp and Mushroom Frittata.
If you are unfamiliar with ramps, they are an onion/garlic hybrid that have a tiny bulb at the bottom and a big leaf. They are only grown wild and are only available in the spring. The flavor is mild and complements many other foods well. I love to roast the ramps, but I have sautéed them with mushrooms here and made them the star of this frittata.
The flavor permeates the whole dish. I love serving this for dinner, but it is perfect for breakfast or brunch as well. Plus, leftovers are great for a busy morning when you don’t have time to make breakfast. This gluten free dish is easy to make and filling enough to be served all on its own, but feel free to pair it with a salad or some fruit.
2 tablespoons olive oil
½ pound ramps, cleaned well, bulbs separated from leaves
12 medium cremini mushrooms, washes and sliced or quartered
12 large eggs
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
½ teaspoon kosher salt
Preheat the oven broiler.
Heat a large skillet over medium high heat. Once warm add the olive oil, followed by the ramp bulbs and mushrooms. Sauté, stirring frequently until caramelized, about 5 minutes.
Add the ramps leaves and sauté an additional minute or two. Evenly distribute the ingredients in the skillet. Whisk the eggs until well mixed and frothy and add the eggs to the skillet. Cook on the stovetop until the eggs are beginning to set. Move them around the skillet as though you are making an omelet, scraping the cooked bits, and allowing the liquid egg to fill in the holes.
Once the eggs are about halfway cooked, place in the broiler for 1 minute. Check doneness. Continue cooking under the broiler, checking at least every 30 seconds, until cooked to your liking.
Serve immediately. Leftovers may be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Serve cold or warm in the microwave for about 30 seconds.
Don’t forget to check out the other Sunday Supper dishes!
- Chicken Sausage, Apple and Cheddar Breakfast Bake by Renee’s Kitchen Adventures
- Chive and Cheese Quiche by An Appealing Plan
- Lavender Scones by Feeding Big and More
- Raspberry Lemon Baked Donuts by Grumpy’s Honeybunch
- Matcha Donuts by The Ninja Baker
- Whole Wheat Lemon Berry Coffee Cake with Lemon Glaze by A Mindful Mom
- Artichoke Lemon Hummus by Food Done Light
- Asparagus and Goat Cheese Tart by Baking Sense
- Butter Lettuce and Spring Radish Salad by Hardly A Goddess
- Ceviche with Potato and Pea Shoot Salad by Caroline’s Cooking
- Roasted Strawberry Popsicles by Brunch-n-Bites
- Rustic Wrapped Tart with Ramps by Delaware Girl Eats
- An Unconventional Mojito by Monica’s Table
- Caribbean Cream Cocktail by Cosmopolitan Cornbread
- Cucumber Grapefruit Basil Mojito by The Crumby Cupcake
- Limoncello Raspberry Sangria by Eat, Drink and Be Tracy
- Spiced Rhubarb Champagne Cocktail by Hezzi-D Books and Cooks
- Vanilla Lavender Limeade by The Tip Toe Fairy
- Very Berry Springtime Spritzer by Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
- Violet Hour by Wholistic Woman
- Cheese Tortellini with Herbed Ricotta and Fava Beans by The Wimpy Vegetarian
- Gnocchi Primavera with Spring Asparagus and Peas by La Bella Vita Cucina
- Levantine Fattoush Salad by Curious Cuisiniere
- One Pan Spicy Lemon Chicken with Tomatoes by Fantastical Sharing of Recipes
- Orecchiette with Peas, Pecorino and Onions by Cooking Chat
- Pasta with Peas by Manu’s Menu
- Pesto Shrimp and Zoodles Oh My! by My Imperfect Kitchen
- Ramp and Mushroom Frittata by Pies and Plots
- Spring Lamb Skewers with Roasted Baby Carrots by Food Lust People Love
- Spring Salad with Scallops and Strawberry Vinaigrette by My World Simplified
- Veggie Pasta Primavera by Momma’s Meals
- Asparagus, Goat Cheese, and Rhubarb Salad by The Texan New Yorker
- Green Peas with Onion and Bacon by Magnolia Days
- Minty Pea Farro Spring Salad by She Loves Biscotti
- Roasted Asparagus and Mushroom Quinoa Pilaf by Cupcakes and Kale Chips
- Amazing Coconut Cake by A Baking Legacy
- Berry and Honey Whipped Ricotta by Family Foodie
- Caramelized Black Figs and Walnuts with Mascarpone by Un Assaggio of Food, Wine & Marriage
- Carrot Oatmeal Raisin Cookies by What Smells So Good?
- Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cookies by A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures
- Colorado Crème by Cooking on the Ranch
- Honey Blossoms by Get the Good Stuff!
- Hot Milk Sponge Cake by Hey What’s for Dinner Mom?
- Lemon Scented Choux with Rhubarb Ginger Pastry Cream by The Finer Cookie
- Meyer Lemon Bars by The Chef Next Door
- No-Bake Berry Greek Yogurt Pie by An Italian in my Kitchen
- Rhubarb Meringue Pie by Jane’s Adventures in Dinner
- Spring Cookie Bouquet by The Freshman Cook
- Strawberry Cheesecake Puffs by Moore or Less Cooking
- Strawberry Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream by Tramplingrose
- Strawberry Moscato Sorbet by Seduction in the Kitchen
- The Black Beast by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Plus Spring Vegetable Minestrone and more Spring Recipes from Sunday Supper Movement
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