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Easy, fast, and delicious. This looks beautiful and would make an impressive dish to serve to guests. My eggs cooked very quickly - it only took about 5 minutes for them to set and 30 seconds under the broiler. This has a great aroma as well as it cooks. I used the fresh basil. Yum!

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HeatherFeather September 23, 2002

I guess I prefer my fritattas baked. I needed the whole 15 minutes to cook and it got a bit rubbery on the outside and a bit custard-like toward the center. It was beautiful to look at - gorgeous presentation and the mix of flavors was fine.

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sugarpea August 20, 2003

This came out just beautifully -- so pretty! I used diced green onion instead of sliced onion and fresh basil from my garden. Also 2 eggs and a half cup of Eggbeaters instead of 4 eggs. Yum! Just a delightful recipe.

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Paula5 July 19, 2003

My first attempt at a frittata and it turned out great! I was looking to use up my basil and tomatoes in a new way and this recipe is a keeper...so easy. Would be great for a brunch as well. Thanks!

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TakeOut4Me October 02, 2009

Loved it Mirj - Cut back to 2 eggs and served with Chipotle Hot sauce - Lovely light dinner.

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Bergy August 19, 2009

Very good! We had the fritatta for brunch last weekend. I used 6 eggs, green onions and adjusted the other ingredients. It turned out perfectly and it was a big hit with my boys. I served it with Lenny's Plethora of Peppers on the side.

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islandgirl77551 January 28, 2006

Lovely light fritatta, nice Sunday breaky!! I only cooked mine covered for about 6 minutes, but I think it didn't take the 10 or 15 minutes because I don't have a small frypan, so it was quite a bit thinner than it would be in an 8 inch, and about 40 seconds under the broiler . It turned out light and fluffy and the combination of onion, tomato, basil and parmesan was just perfect. Wonderful taste!! Thanks for sharing we will be making this one again.

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Derf March 13, 2005
Tomato and Basil Frittata