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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this recipe to a friend.
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gcricket
,Lindstrom
,MN
January 29, 2012
Would You Recommend? Yes
+7points
7of 7found this review helpful.
Delicious frittata
January 29, 2012
This is a delicious and easy to make frittata. I used a rotisserie chicken, so it was very easy. I also do not have a frittata pan set - so just used a non-stick 12" fry pan and flipped it into another fry pan. If I were to do it again - I'd turn it onto a pizza pan and then slide it back into the same fry pan. In any case, it worked well enough and my husband loved it.
Pros: hearty
Cons: perhaps needed a little more salt.
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KETinPDX
,Portland
,OR
January 8, 2012
Would You Recommend? Yes
+13points
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Nice Sunday Supper
January 8, 2012
I received the small frittata set for Christmas, though my husband could not understand how I could possibly need more pans. Well, now the pans must prove their worth and I'm trying to make frittatas often - even though I have a son who doesn't like eggs!
With that in mind, I made this for dinner tonight. I picked up a roasted chicken from the market (I know - bad...) and a wedge of brie that expired today and was 1/2 off! I only used 8 eggs (since I have the smaller set) and probably a bit more chicken than called for. My goal was to disguise the eggs a bit... My husband and I loved it, and my anti-egg son thought it was good, too. A few bites in he asked, "Are there eggs in this?" Ignorance is bliss, honey; just eat up!
The shallow pan did hold it all, but it was full. It's hard to know if the recipe should be adapted up or down based on the size of the set you have, but maybe it works with either one.