Pizza Di Spaghetti
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- In a large bowl combine eggs, milk, and Parmesan.
- season with salt and pepper. Add the Spaghetti, mix well.
- Heat a heavy 10 inch skillet over medium heat.
- Add Oil and bring to heat.
- Add the Spaghetti/egg mixture and spread evenly.
- Cook'til golden brown, about 8-9 minutes.
- Place a plate inverted on the top and turn pan over.
- Add a bit of oil to the pan, bring back to heat.
- Slide the pasta back into the pan.
- Brown the other side, 6-7 minutes.
- Turn out onto a serving platter.
- Cut into wedges and serve warm garnished with freshly grated Parmesan.
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I am a big fan of the show "Everyday Italian" and have had great success with some of Giada's recipes, but this was unfortunately not a winner for me. I think the amount of olive oil is excessive; after following this recipe exactly, the resulting dish was way too greasy. It wasn't appetizing at all. I will try it again, but will definitely cut way back on the oil.
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