If you've never had frittata before think of it as a crustless quiche. Using already prepared pimento cheese from the market makes this a quick meal for breakfast or lunch when paired with a salad. Like Spanish tortilla, this can be served hot or at room temperature.
Pimento Cheese Frittata
Preheat your oven to 400.
Meanwhile heat a skillet over medium and stir together the cheese and eggs with salt and pepper to taste. If using, slice bacon into thin pieces and cook. When cooked drain most of the excess fat from the pan. If not using, add the butter or oil to the pan.
Pour your eggs into the hot pan (over the bacon, if using) and allow to cook, WITHOUT STIRRING until the bottom has begun to set. Switch your oven to low broil and cook, watching carefully, until the eggs have set (this will vary depending on your oven but takes 2-3 minutes in mine).
Remove from the pan and cut into slices and serve.