Sweet Potato Frittata Recipe with Audio Podcast Version

Sweet Potato Frittata Recipe by Khashayar Parsi Happiness Between Tails

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Click H-E-R-E for my podcast page at AnchorFM. This week’s episode is the audio version of Khashayar’s Sweet Potato Frittata Recipe, which you can read the text version below.

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Cooking is how my husband, Khashayar, unwinds — and since his work has been ultra busy lately — in his spare time, he’s cooked up a storm. It’s as great for my tummy as it is for allowing me time to write my novels (more about them).

Lucky me, he’s as interested in coming up with plates as healthy and tasty as they are appealing. It’s always best to read an entire recipe to the end before setting out to shop for ingredients and cook. Here’s his latest recipe.…

Photo of Khashayar's Sweet Potato Veggie Frittata.

Sweet Potato Veg Frittata by Khashayar Parsi

Step 1


  • Sweet potato, 1 large, shredded
  • Parsnip, 1 medium, shredded
  • Onion, 1 medium, diced small
  • Mushroom, 1/2 pound, diced small
  • Eggs, large, 4

Seasonings to Taste…

  • Salt
  • Black pepper
  • Red pepper
  • Turmeric

Step 2

Mix in…

  • Cheddar cheese, extra sharp, 3 ounces, shredded
  • Tahini 1/2 cup

Step 3a + Step 3b


  • Olive oil, 2 tablespoons

…to a non-stick 12-13” sauté pan. Cook on medium heat for about 45 minutes, until browned. Flip half-cooked frittata onto a plate.

While the frittata is cooking, roast…

  • Zucchinis, 6 medium, sliced into thin medallions
  • Rubbed with olive oil and seasoned to taste

…on parchment paper in a 350 degree oven, until the zucchinis are browned, which will take roughly half an hour.

Step 4

Add the remaining…

  • Olive oil, 2 tablespoons

…to the pan, and sauté the other side of the frittata for 30 minutes, until browned.

Step 5

  • Greek yogurt and shallots…

Transfer the cooked frittata to a platter. Decorate with spirals of zucchini, dollops of Greek yogurt mixed with shallots, and sprinkles of dill.

Serves 4 to 6 people. Pairs great with a salad like this one of beets and greens…

Photo of Khashayar's Sweet Potato Veggie Frittata with beet and greens salad.

Hungry for more of Khashayar’s healthy veggie recipes? H-E-R-E and H-E-R-E and H-E-R-E and H-E-R-E and H-E-R-E are some, and for even more, type KHASHAYAR into the search bar on this site.

What’s your favorite vegetable?

43 thoughts on “Sweet Potato Frittata Recipe with Audio Podcast Version

  1. HensBlooms November 26, 2022 / 2:49 am

    The food sure looks delicious 🌸💕and really great that hubby unwinds and use his spare time to cook up a storm. When I see how my daughters enjoy and love food, I think the phrase “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach” is outdated. It should be adjusted – the way to a woman’s heart is through her stomach as nearly half of women indicated that food is the way to their hearts ☺️

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    • da-AL December 4, 2022 / 2:39 pm

      lolol so true, Hen! & cooks are best at knowing how much effort & love go into good food!


  2. The Backyard Horse Blog November 21, 2022 / 4:18 am

    Wow! May I invite myself over to your place for dinner? Looks delicious. My favorite veggie is acorn squash, but my horses would say carrots reign supreme.

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  3. robertawrites235681907 January 30, 2022 / 9:02 pm

    It is great that you husband cooks, da-AL. Mine also does from time to time and we often cook together. We cook over the weekends and it is a stress reliever for us too. Thanks for this lovely recipe.

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    • da-AL February 4, 2022 / 9:12 pm

      you’re lucky you like to cook together — I find I get too distracted when others are in the kitchen with me

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  4. Blogging_with_Bojana January 13, 2022 / 2:34 am

    I love cooking too. That way I know what I’m eating. We mostly eat in. When we eat out, we normally go to an Indian or Vietnamese or Moroccan restaurant.

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    • da-AL January 15, 2022 / 5:43 pm

      likewise — I also like to appreciate what I put into my food — ie if I’m eating sugar, I want to fully experience how much I’m putting in, etc

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      • Blogging_with_Bojana January 16, 2022 / 2:01 am

        Absolutely. Speaking of sugar, I’ve become an expert at making cakes with no or very little sugar. I find brownies or chocko souffle or apple pie banana bread much tastier without.


        • da-AL January 22, 2022 / 3:31 pm

          me too. I think they add sugar because then cook can mindlessly follow recipe & not judge whether fruit is sweet enough…

          Liked by 1 person

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