Partially translucent from a sticky and somewhat mysterious goo binding fried egg and bits of oyster, and slick with a sweet-and-sour ketchup-based sauce, the Taiwanese oyster omelet is one memorable dish that has a fervid following.
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The Masala Omelette is different from regular omelets in that it incorporates spices and a generous amount of vegetables into the egg mixture.
An asparagus frittata with goat cheese and basil. Perfect for brunch, lunch, or a light dinner.
Sweet baby spinach and salty brined feta are a classic Greek combination that work together in pretty much any dish—and the frittata is no exception.
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