Frittata With Ham and Roasted Pepper

"This recipe comes from Coup de Pouce, issue February 2008. I'm posting it for ZWT 4 Italy."
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  • In a bowl, with a whisk, whisk eggs, milk and Dijon mustard. Add croutons, ham and half the cheese, half bell peppers and half green onions. Pour the mixture of eggs in a greased pie plate of 9 inches or an 8 inches greased square pan. Sprinkle with remaining cheese, bell pepper and green onion.
  • Cook in a preheated oven of 350 F for about 20 minutes or until the frittata is golden and the eggs are set. Keep cooking under the preheated grill for about 2 minutes or until frittata is golden and is lightly puffed. Put the pan on a rack and let cool for 5 minutes. Use a spatula to loosen the edges from the pan and cut in wedges.

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  1. Perfect combination, liked the stronger provolone cheese in this proportion, and the green onion accented the roasted red pepper and ham. The croutons added textural contrast. We two had no problem polishing off the entire recipe, and looked for more! Thanks for posting this recipe, Boomette. Made for Spring 2009 Pick A Chef.
  2. this was a fabulous lunch! i had to sub gouda as the cheese, but it was delicious. cut the recipe in two and put it in a mini casserole, it puffed up like a souffle
  3. User leftover onion bagels...or any other savory flavor! yummy
  4. I am an innkeeper for a B&B in Luray, Virginia and was looking for something to serve family style to go along with a Blueberry Capote that I was serving - this was the perfect addition! The roasted red peppers and provolone caught my eye and it was LOVE! Thanks!
  5. Boomette, I love your recipes, they're always keepers! This was delicious, even with a few substitutions. I was out of mustard so I used 1/4 t dry mustard, and I used cheddar/jack for the cheese. So easy to make and quite elegant. I halved the recipe (rounded up to 3 on the eggs) and used a 6" pie plate. Thank you for posting! Made for Zaar Stars Tag, please see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.


  1. Your pictures look soo delicious. OMG! Your frittata will save me so much time. My husband and the kids love this kind of dish but i had't got the time. The green onion surely will add to the overall taste. I also think to substitute the mustard with dry mustard as @puppitypup suggests. Great recipe, once again!


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