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8 Minute Frittata

8 Minute Frittata recipe
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Say goodbye to grabbing a granola bar on your way out the door. There's no excuse not to make this frittata—it really only takes 8 minutes start to finish!
time
prep:
2 min
total:
8 min
servings
total:
2 servings
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posted:
4/12/2006
My granddaughter loves this before she goes to school.
posted:
1/13/2006
I added 2 cloves of garlic and 1/4 of an onion sauteed in a little butter.
posted:
1/4/2006
like the reciepe. Just like the omlet.Only difference is adding some cheese.
posted:
1/3/2006
I tried the Amazing white chocolate coconet custard pie It was easy to make I give it 5 stars
posted:
12/22/2005
I was pretty disappointed. I really think frittata's do best in the oven. My green peppers seemed to move towards the middle of the pie plate as it cooked. The edges were done much faster than the middle, so I had to leave it cooking longer than the recipe called for. Then the edges were way overdone, chewy, & dry. I had to cut the edges off and put the plate back in to finish cooking the middle. I won't attempt a microwave version again.
posted:
12/9/2005
I followed the recipe strictly, the taste and texture was very good but the egg mixture was not as fluffy as expected. However, will try again at which time it may turn out better. Frederique
posted:
8/30/2005
I found that I had to cook mine a couple minutes longer, but other than that, they were good. I did add ham to my husband's second one because I know he'd rather have meat in his frittatas and omlettes.
posted:
8/17/2005
I made in a square pan and cut into shapes. The kids loved it!!!
posted:
7/7/2005
I prefer to make this recipe on the stove top in an 8 to 10 inch low pay sprayed with non stick, butter flavored, plus one half t of olive oil. Cook on medium heat till well set. Lift and tilt to cook any uncooked on top. Split down middle and turn if nicely browned on bottom. Slid out on heated plate and top with well cooked and crispy bacon. Good!!
posted:
6/29/2005
great recipe, kids love it and is super fast, and easy
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