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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:
11/4/2003
yes looks easy and good fore ya
posted:
11/4/2003
I have made a similar recipe called 'Skillet Breakfast' but using Egg Beaters, diced yellow, green, & red peppers, and some green onion, I save the cheese till the last and sprinkle it over the top and let it melt through. Great for dinner and use left overs for breakfast. Also great for quick meal in RV on the road.
posted:
10/31/2003
posted:
10/30/2003
The potatoes were too much!! Just make a vegetable quiche -- much better. Won't make this one again. I used fresh mushrooms, broccoli, asparagus, tomatoes, onions and diced ham!
posted:
10/28/2003
well I have not made it yet, just read the receipe, but it sounds so good shall print it out and make it this weekend. Thanks.
posted:
10/28/2003
The ingredients sounded so good that I tried it when my mother- in - law was visiting. It was soooo good. My husband asked me to put in two cups of vegetables instead of one, for added flavor. Has anyone else done this? I loved it as is. I am always afraid to try new recipes but this one is definitely a keeper. I'll keep looking on Kraft.com for more. I served it with a fresh salad and grilled parmesan bread. Yum
posted:
10/21/2003
its great-has all the goodies that are good for you-fast-fairly cheap-and nutrients needed
posted:
10/7/2003
I have similar recipe like this and I enjoy to cook and eat.
posted:
10/6/2003
This turned out pretty good. I used red pepper, fresh mushrooms, onion, and broccolli. The only problem, and I was afraid of this, was that the bottom burned a bit. I made sure I cooked it the shortest possible length of time and at a very low heat to try and prevent it but it happened anyway. It didn't taste burnt so everything went fine. Why do people on this site review recipes they haven't even tried yet? It seems pointless to me and makes it hard to judge if a recipe is worth trying or not.
posted:
10/3/2003
I do like itallian foods, and this recipe are excellent. The flavour is very nice and I think I'm gonna make another Italian Skillet Frittata for my family
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