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Delish! I added fat free feta, mushrooms, tomatoes, and spinach. Super easy to make. This is a definite keeper!
I was looking for a frittata recipe to fix on the stove which wouldn't need folded nor inverted when I came across yours. I made many changes, but used your overall method. Even though I had never fixed a frittata, I found it easy to fix! I converted it into a ham cheese frittata, and it was delicious and beautiful! The idea of broiling it at the end was absolutely brilliant!!! I was looking for a way to fix a frittata for 20-25 people, and your method is the way to go! Thanks a lot for giving me the solution to my challenge! I fixed it in an old lodge in Canada where they have very antiquated, unreliable ovens. Instead of using them, I used the stove, and fixed the frittata in a big roasting pan. Everybody was absolutely amazed seeing me fix such a huge frittata, and they all loved the taste of it. Thank you so much! Saulo Saulo
Yum...a delightful breakfast/brunch dish thats easy to prepare. Instead of grating the parmesan I chopped mine into small cubes and added to the egg mixture...so every now and then you got a little oozy cheese bite. Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful and a very simple dish to make. I made this last night and my husband loved it! We did not have any cheese or bacon in the house. I used sausages instead and it was just as good. Thank you! Looking forward to trying some more of your recommendations.
Evelyn, this is a superb dish! Loved every bite. I squeezed some of the juice out of the tomatoes before chopping to cut down on the liquid in the dish and added the mandatory clove of minced garlic (use it in almost everything I cook). Also added some black pepper. I bet this would also be great using some cooked and crumbled Italian sausage in it. Thanks so much for sharing!