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I made this using fresh basil, otherwise, exactly as is. This is the spitting image of a recipe I've made before from Gourmet magazine, September 2003 issue. Thanks, Kittencal! Made in memory of Kitten's husband, John.

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mersaydees December 17, 2008

Ultimate is right! I am so proud to serve this dish-everyone raves! First time, I used skim milk and low fat cream cheese and it came out great. Topped w/ red onions and capers, and served w/ a green salad. I took liberties when cooking a second time by using dill and fresh Texas chevre w/ chives. And, to make it easy, since I was cooking for a crowd, I melted the butter, divided it and the rest of ingredients into 2 baking pans, and baked at 350F-almost 50 minutes (used baking pans so they would both fit in my oven). Both were DELICIOUS! Thank you so much, Kitten, for another fabulous recipe; you always make me look like a star!!! Made for the Think Pink Tag Game In Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, October 2008.

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Mrs.Jack October 16, 2008

We had this for dinner tonight, it was quite good. The fritatta cooked/baked up beautifully: the instructions & timing was perfect - very quick and very easy. I think next time I'll add a little more cream cheese, and a few capers. I'll definitely make it again.

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TigerJo~ February 05, 2007

I used egg substitute that had the equivalent of 4 eggs for DH and I. I used low-fat milk and added a couple of tablespoons of powdered milk for added richness. The red onions were wilted in a dry skillet before serving. Delicious!

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PaulaG January 21, 2006
Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Frittata