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Italian Skillet Frittata

Italian Skillet Frittata recipe
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Looking for a new favorite frittata? We recommend this eggy Italian-style skillet, made with shredded hash browns, mixed veggies and grated Parmesan.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
9/10/2003
This is my first e-mail recipe from Kraft Foods and I have not made it yet, but from reading the recipe its sounds great. I'm going to make it some time this week for dinner for may family. Besides my family loves eggs. Keep those recipes coming
posted:
9/10/2003
posted:
9/10/2003
As a person who enjoys cooking and reading many recipes as well as studiously observing cooking programs on PBS, just reading this recipe you know it will turn out looking yummy and tasty. It is true that when you use the best ingredients that often cost a little more, the end result is really worth it. I used to purchase bargain price off-brands. As I could afford to use better ingredients, you could taste the difference. Some people argue this point but as your palate becomes accustomed to the subtle and also improved taste, eating becomes an experience to explore more interesting taste experiences, exploring new ethnic cuisines as well as one's own family heritage in cooking.
posted:
9/9/2003
I just tried this recipe out tonight for dinner, and it was wonderful! I am always looking for ways to make creative and healthy meals, and this turned out great. I religiously cook low-fat, but I don't ever like to compromise taste for my family's sake. My husband loved it. Some tricks to significantly lower the fat content: You can very easily reduce the amount of oil you use to just 1 tbsp, or, if you're like me, just use a non-stick skillet and about a tbsp. or two of that no-calorie buttery spray stuff (like Parkay - it's good!). I also used egg substitute instead of the eggs - good for diabetics and people watching their cholesterol. The veggies I used were chopped spinach, as well as onions and mushrooms (sauteed in the Parkay spray stuff). The result was a very low-fat, low cholesterol meal that was also quite tasty. (I never, however, skimp on cheese - the low-fat/fat-free stuff does not melt well.) I will definitely make this again.
posted:
9/9/2003
It looks great-can not wait to try it for dinner tonight. Thanks for everyone's comments on what to add and take out to this receipe!!
posted:
9/9/2003
for people like me this recipe is not very good,because we can not eat green vegs,but take and add some beans and meat and it is very good
posted:
9/6/2003
Even I didn't try yet to cook, I know that this is very good recipe because of the ingredients. I love vegetables as well as eggs and cheese. I know this will be delicious and most especially nutritious. I look for the nutrients of the food not just the tastes or how easy to make it but how nutritious itis. It is better to have fresh vegetables with it not frozen and put some meat or seafood on it too. Make your meal have a complete nutrients.
posted:
9/6/2003
I have made this several times for my husband and myself. The vegetables are interchangeable with ones you might like better and since I am watching all green vegetables, I find I can still enjoy the dish with other vegetables. Will keep it for future use! You can also change the seasonings to suit your taste at the moment.
posted:
9/4/2003
MYy first week on this sight and my first receipt. I am excited. I am planning on serving this tonight. After many years of meal planing. I am thrilled to have found a place with creative and different ideas. thanks
posted:
9/3/2003
This recipe looks very good. I love eggs fixed different ways----i can not wait to try it. I think i will definitely try adding mushrooms and black olives, and my husband has to have meat with his. Thanks to others for all the great ideas to add to this.
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