Scallion Frittata

Our scallions are a fan favorite here at Goodson's Gardens. They are a great add-on to almost any meal. For this recipe however, they take center stage. 


  • 1 Bunch Goodson's Gardens Scallions
  • 5-6 eggs
  • salt
  • 1/2 cup milk or milk alternative
  • 1-2 Tbspn cooking oil

**Recipe can be adjusted to fit the amount of people you're feeding. 


  1. Heat up a pan that you will be cooking the frittata in on low heat and add the cooking oil. 
  2. Prep the scallions by cutting off the roots and then chopping them up (about 1/4 inch pieces). Be sure to keep the white parts separate. 
  3. Add the white parts, and thicker green parts to the pan and cover. 
  4. Crack all your eggs, add milk and salt and mix. The milk adds a fluffy texture to the eggs. 
  5. After the eggs, milk, and salt are mixed in, add the remaining part of the scallions to the bowl and stir to incorporate. 
  6. Once the white have softened in the pan, spread around evenly and pour in the other ingredients. 
  7. A traditional Fritatta would finish in the oven on broil. I use an alternate method: cover and cook for 5 minutes. Depending on your stove/pan, etc this may vary. When the eggs have cooked sufficiently on the bottom I cut it into large pieces (see pic) and flip it. At that point it only needs to cook for a minute or two more.