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I BAKED THIS: This was delicious; I made it for our 16 person brunch. I did make some changes and here they are: I roasted the potatoes using the recipe on Lipton Onion Soup Mix Box. Used spring onions instead of regular onions. Added Bell Peppers too. BAKED in oven at 400 Degrees Fahrenheit for 25 minutes. Then did the cheese on top under the broiler. It was so good. The dill really pulled this dish together. What a keeper!

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TeacherLaLa April 04, 2010

I followed Bobbie's suggestion and made this using whatever I had on hand and it was delish! I also didn't have access to grill to get the top, so I flipped it into a buttered skillet instead to brown the top. Made it not quite as pretty, but very yummy :) I shared a picture if you want to see it.

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Meghan Williams November 02, 2009

I partially cooked the potatoes in the micro then sauteed the onion and peppers(in place of mushrooms), cooked potatoes 3 min. and put into a baking dish. Topped with the egg mixture, bacon, green onion and 350 deg. for 23 min. Added the cheese and let it sit in oven (oven off) for 2 min. Turned out great.

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adopt a greyhound March 18, 2012

Loved this frittata! It was really easy to make and a great way to use up those leftover vegetables. It made for a tasty dinner. I'll definitely be making this again. Thank you!

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yamakarasu March 15, 2012

Wonderful recipe! I used some left over veggies, potatoes, onions & carrots, sauteed green onions with the mushrooms & bacon and added spinach. I topped with cheddar & monterrey jack cheeses and served with some orange rolls. Nice change for our usual breakfast for supper! Thanks for sharing!

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CindiJ November 15, 2011

I made this with green, red, and yellow peppers instead of the mushrooms (DH doesn't like them). This was WONDERFUL! I'm not a big dill fan, but surprisingly it didn't taste like dill, just delicious! I think this (made with the peppers) would make amazing breakfast burritos! DH asked for more, for the next day's breakfast (he was too full to want seconds for breakfast). Thank you for a great recipe! Definitely adding to my favorites.

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Jonesyx6 May 30, 2011

We loved this dish. After cooking it on the stove top, I baked it in the oven @400 for 10 min and it turned out great. I wasn't sure what "cook under a grill" meant. I assumed it meant to broil it, but I wasn't sure. :)

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chrystal_wineinger February 25, 2011

Easy to make and very hearty! I left out the potatoes and added 2 additional eggs. I will probably add more veggies next time - peppers and/or spinach.

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Southern Bug September 13, 2010

This was very yummy. I added some fresh chopped spinach and only added one potato. Wonderful hearty meal for breakfast or a light dinner. Thanks for the yummy recipe

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MommyWhoBakes October 28, 2009

This was great. I didn't follow the recpe exactly -- it's one of those that you can alter to suit your tastes and to what you have on hand. I added some asparagus -- plus my potatoes were pretty large so I increased the eggs to 7. Instead of dill, I used a little bit of Italian Seasoning. This is a great recipe and one that can be adapted to whatever you might have on hand. Thank you for sharing.

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Bobbie September 16, 2009
The Ultimate Breakfast Frittata