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Great recipe - thanks for posting!
Really good altho a little watery the first try. Added milk and a seasoning blend the second time around. Finished on the grill and let it set w/no heat for an extra 5 minutes. It was excellent. Great way to use up those extra garden ingredients!
Lovely way to use my first zucchinis this summer. I used spinach as my other veg. I sauted the onion, garlic, spinach , zucchini and onions in a cast iron skillet then added my egg mixture and placed directly in the oven. It took a very short time to cook since the skillet was already hot . Served room temperature with sliced avocados . Fresh tomato slices would be excellent with this but mine aren't quite ready yet. I will definately make again especially when the tomatoes are ready. Thanks Pixie for a yummy recipe that I think is very versatile depending on what ingredients are on hand.
Very good!! Rich and filling.
I'm not big on frittatas, but my companion liked this one. For some reason it took us a very long time to bake this--almost an hour. At the 30 minute mark it was very soupy and only the far edges had baked. I did drain the veggies after cooking on the stove top, so I'm not sure where I goofed. I've never tried swiss chard before. I recommend using it instead of a substitution; it imparts an interesting flavor.
This dish was so easy to make and very tasty! Leftovers reheated well the next day, too. I left out the garlic (because I forgot!) and the swiss chard (didn't have any). I used whole fresh basil leaves, fresh oregano and some fresh dill to make up for the missing greens. I also added some chopped ham. This is a great recipe that lends itself well to improv.
This dish was delicious! I left out the garlic and basil because we didn\'t have any at the time, and it still turned out great! Everybody loved it except the seven year old. :)