If you're old enough to remember FX's The League, you'll also recall that FRITTATA was often used as an insult towards the gang's comic relief anti-hero, Taco.
Starting today, "frittata" becomes a compliment. Why? We've reinvented what it means to be a frittata.
Back in Old Italy, the frittata was basically just a quiche without the crust. Sometimes, edgy chefs would add meats and vegetables. But no one was crazy enough to incorporate pork rinds...until now.
Today, the frittata has a chicharrones-flavored edge to it. We've taking some leftover Asian-inspired take-out, infused it with our classic Korean BBQ pork rinds, and mixed it all into a classic frittata dish.
The next time someone calls you a frittata, you now have permission to stare them square in the eyes and exclaim: "Thank you!" Because you're innovative, resourceful, and a little bit crunchy, just like our new favorite recipe.