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At first bite, I thought WOW, what great flavor!! I used my garden tomatoes, two cloves of garlic and parmigiano-reggiano cheese. This is very easy to make. I only had problems plating it as I don't own any non-stick skillets. I know I'll get that problem taken care of as I'm going to be making this many times to come!!! Made for *Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup 2009* game

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Charlotte J August 20, 2009

Yummy! I make this all the time now. Good for friday nights when there is not much left on the fridge shelves. :) I have also used other leftover veggies.(I did not have problems with my tomatoes as previous poster did and I did not seed them.) Thanks for a great, easy recipe.

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gingersnap April 11, 2008

I would have liked it to be more flavorful. Perhaps, some fresh herbs or more garlic and onions, but I found it a little plain. Also, the tomato made it very watery. It needs to be seeded before chopped.

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sillyjodes February 24, 2007

WOW!!! This is the best breakfast I've had in a LONG time! I generally don't care for omelet style eggs so I was a bit leary about trying this, but am so glad I did! It fit the bill perfectly for my low-carb diet husband and my "I don't care how many carbs are in it as long as it tastes good" non-diet self! I used canned chopped tomatoes instead of fresh (quicker & easier)and put small pieces of swiss cheese on top before putting it in the oven. I'll definitely serve this next time we have friends over for brunch! Thank you thank you thank you for submitting this one Gingerbear!

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Dee Licious September 22, 2006

One of my favorite dishes when both tomatoes and zucchini are on the vine! Great for breakfast or brunch and I also enjoy it cold as leftovers!

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DogAndCatDoc October 03, 2005

Hi!! Made this for dinner last night. Quick, easy and good. Gary had the rest for breakfast today. I added some spinach with the zucchini and added it into the fritatta. I didn't really taste the parmesan cheese and next time I think I might add cheddar instead. Thanks!

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E.A. September 29, 2005

I had to scale this recipe to make for 1 person, and it was a great success. Of course, I had to adjust the cooking time a little, but the results were wonderful...the perfect meal for 1. I submitted a picture of the frittata for one, just to show how perfect it scaled. Thanks for the great recipe.

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Jellyqueen June 24, 2005

This is a great way to get your veggies. Easy to make and tastes great. The only thing I did different was to cut the zucchini slices in half just to have smaller pieces. A great way to start the day. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe, DogAndCatDoc.

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Merlot March 05, 2005
Zucchini-Tomato Frittata