Vegan Lentil Frittata
If you're looking for a light dinner or brunch idea, that is also super easy and quick to make - this is it.
At this stage of our life, dinner is usually the only meal we get to eat together every day, so I try to keep it interesting and as always, use the fresh produce available to us.
A typical Israeli dinner is very light and contains a certain variation of eggs, bread, and salad. But when trying to maintain a vegan lifestyle you can often find yourself compromising for just the bread and salad. I say - no more!
This vegan frittata is rich and hearty, so there is no need for bread! Pair it with a bowl of fresh salad and you got yourself the ideal summer days dinner - light, simple, gluten-free and packed with plant-based protein.