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This was a very good recipe. It was fairly easy and was the results were delicious. The only things I did not do (and will make sure to do next time) were to use canned parm and did not use the basil. Will be sure to have the fresh parm/reggiano and basil on hand next time. I think those 2 things are key to making this recipe!

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Lunchmeat October 05, 2009

I tried this recipe this morning and it is the first time I have ever made a frittata. I thought it was a great way to use up spaghetti from the night before. I didn't make as is. I cooked some mushrooms in olive oil. Mixed the leftover spaghetti and sauce (no meat) in with the milk, eggs and shredded babybel cheese and cooked on medium in a cast iron pan. Perhaps it would have been even better with the sausage, garlic and prosciutto. I will have to try this again. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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SuzieQutie July 02, 2009

I'm Julie B's Hive's granddaughter and I was there yesterday when we all tried this recipe and it was awesome. It's funny because not even three days ago I asked what a frittata was and then she made this!! now my boyfriend wants me to make it for him!! Very good, and Very Filling :)

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SarahBelle9475 February 19, 2009

I made the frittata as posted using unsauced angel hair pasta and the six people at my table all gave it five stars - even my finicky husband. A definite keeper, thanks for sharing this one too. Made for "New KIds on the Block", a tag game.

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Julie B's Hive February 18, 2009
Frittata Di Spaghetti (With Sausage and Mushrooms)