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This Potato-Packed Frittata Is the Perfect Affordable Dinner (and Breakfast) (and Lunch)

This Potato-Packed Frittata Is the Perfect Affordable Dinner (and Breakfast) (and Lunch)

By Tiffany Hopkins, Tiffany Hopkin, David Tamarkin, The Editors Of Epicurious, Berna Anat

The main component of this recipe, the eggs, comes in at under a dollar (though if you choose cage-free and/or organic eggs, you’ll pay more). The other major costs in this meal are the yogurt, which costs a dollar and a quarter, and the potatoes. The frittata comes together in under an hour, and most of that time hands-off. You don’t need a salad alongside (the greens are in the frittata); then again, salad never hurts. Use It UpYou’ll only use one cup of Greek yogurt for this recipe, so you’ll have extra to make smoothies in the morning.