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Italian Skillet Frittata

Italian Skillet Frittata recipe
photo by:kraft
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:
8/5/2003
I am on a low carb eating plan and find that this will be a recipe that will fit in with that program very well--I am looking forward to making this for dinner this evening--keep up the good work.
posted:
8/2/2003
Hi. This is the first recipe I received so far..I am new here but so far love it...This recipe sounds very good..I have not tried it but definately will. I read all of your suggestions...I am going to use eggbeaters as someone else did...I am probably going to use Fresh tomatoes from my garden and try some zucchini and red onion,. and red peppers All of your suggestions sounded wonderful..I cannot wait to run to the store and get everything in to try this..Thanks Kraft...I can always use wonderful meal ideas...Keep them coming. Donna
posted:
7/29/2003
I have placed this recipe in my military base cyber paper (with credit and web link given to Kraft). I have an audience of +500 readers and all the feedback I've received is it's easy and very versitile. Using any veggie allows for countless variations and results. Some good, others not so good, though they will use it again when they want a varient of quiche. I also find this to be a great option for those on a 'low Carb' diet. Very healthy. Personal choice sauce, a carb along side, such as a biscutt or scone would be great. I also suggest a great tea such as Earl Grey or English Breakfast... something with bold flavor. The mildness of this dish allows for bringing out other flavors, such as thick-cut bacon, ham, sausage, or even chicken. Two thumbs up on this one. One suggestion: substitute milk with whole cream. Keep up the great work Kraft!
posted:
7/28/2003
my boy prefered this recipe for breakfast
posted:
7/22/2003
It's good for kids. I fried some chopped onions and green chillies, put in the potato, then the egg mixture with a little salt. When it's half cooked garnished the top with sliced button mushroom, mixed vege. and grated mozarella cheese. Serve with some chilli or tomato ketchup. Taste yummy!
posted:
7/22/2003
My children and me love eggs with different combinations and fixture. A easy to fix dish for my busy schedule.
posted:
7/22/2003
Our family just isn't big egg eaters.It almost like a quiche and not to our taste.
posted:
7/22/2003
I personally liked this receipe, though I think a stronger cheese would be better. I have to say it was kind of bland. My husband and 4 and 2 year olds didn't like it all. It was good, just needed some umph, though I don't have any suggestions
posted:
7/22/2003
This is an excellent , and quick dish. I added some sausage and it was wonderful. I highly recommend it for a busy person or for a quick throw together dinner.
posted:
7/22/2003
This sounds good, however brocolli may taste discusting in this capacity. Needs sausage, better cheese, mushrooms, and maybe black olives.
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