I followed littlebug's suggestion and made two of these -- one following the original recipe and the other with spinach, onion and parm cheese. Every single person who tried it, loved it. Next time I'll try with sausage instead of ham.
I made two of these for a brunch yesterday - one with sausage and one meatless with baby spinach, onion and parmesan, romano and asiago cheese. Both were excellent. They held together so well and were devoured quickly. It really is a great recipe that works with whatever add-ins you like.
This was good. I added mushrooms and red pepper and we enjoyed it Christmas morning.
YUM! This is so good! I made it the night before my husband's men's group and then he just had to warm it up n the morning. Very good!!!
I wasn't really expecting this recipe to "knock my socks off" -- but it did!!!! We really enjoyed this. I used the "Simply Potatos" -- the fresh ones that come already shredded in the green plastic bag -- and they were perfect. I followed the recipe except that I did add a little bit of chopped green bell pepper. I didn't measure the ham, so I might have been a little "heavy handed" on it. In place of the cream, I used fat free half & half. I just halved the recipe and made it in a pie plate. It was great for the 2 of us -- we had the leftovers for breakfast today -- plus had two pieces to share with our neighbors. I can see that there are a lot of possibilities for this as far as ingredient substitutions. I look forward to trying some. Thanks, Carol -- we loved the frittata.
Very tasty, i subsituted Polish Kielbasa for the sausage and garlic salt for the seasoning salt, cut the cheese by half and added a little fresh grated parmesan since there was Italian seasoning. Very good, keep um comin Kitten!
I love all your recipes! This is another great one. I only did one thing different I added sour cream to the mix. Dont really know how much I added just kind of eyed it. The sour cream kind of gave it a little something extra.
This recipe turned out great. I even forgot to add the cheese on after I took it out of the oven and it was still wonderful. The only tweak I made was to add a bit of sausage as I had some to use up.
I streamlined the recipe since I had just had surgery and had a dozen people for brunch. I used Jimmy Dean frozen cooked sausage patties for the meat layer, skipped the cream. I used a quart of egg substitute (egg whites) instead of the eggs. No onion, but used onion salt. Slightly lower calories but it worked well. It was great!
We had other veggies to use up so we added those into the mix - it looked beautiful with sliced tomatoes laid on top of the cheese before the last step of melting the cheese - yummy! Thanks Kittencal!