Recipe by The Kitchen at Johnsonville Sausage
"This baked egg dish with Italian sausage and lots of cheese is perfect for a crowd."
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ground black pepper
shredded Parmesan cheese
Johnsonville® Mild Italian Sausage links, coin sliced
thinly sliced green onions
diced red bell pepper
chopped fresh thyme
Asiago cheese, cut into 1/2-inch dice
Provolone cheese, cut into 1/2-inch dice
This was good - made for dinner though and Grumpy felt it should be for breakfast. ;) I think he doesn't know you can eat an "eggy" meal anytime of the day! I used the ground italian sausage instead of the links and added mushrooms and spinach to the mix!
Twas delish! No peppers, didn't have any. Not sure I would have wanted them in ours anyways. Did not deviate from the recipe. Well, other than slight cooking time adjustments, but that's sort of a no brainer. Different stoves/ovens/pans...duh. :) Was especially nice cuz we happened to have all sorts of rogue cheese in our fridge. Asiago and provolone were two of them. And everything else was under roof, or in the garden. Happy dance!!!
Such a delicious recipe! I needed to keep it in the oven for a few minutes longer and at a greater temperature (I broiled it towards the end), but otherwise the fritatta was delish!
Delicious.....I again used leftovers for this... grilled Italian sausage, peppers and onions. I used provolone, part skim mozz, and pecorino romano. I also decreased the eggs to 8 and added about 1/2c of fat free half and half. Thanks!
This made a delicious addition to our Sunday brunch! After browning the sausage, I did cut the "coins" into quarters, as I knew I'd prefer a smaller bite. I also added some milk to the egg mixture to give it some fluff. Broiled it for about 2 minutes in the end, just to give the top a nice crust. My Italian hubby said it's a "do again" recipe!
This was pretty good. I halved the recipe, but otherwise followed the recipe except for using lower fat Johnsonville Pork & Chicken Italian sausage. I did find the frittata to be sightly tough/rubbery, so next time I think I'll add in some cream or half and half with the egg mixture to make it creamier. It definitely took longer than 6-10 mins in the oven to finish cooking. I ended up finishing it under the broiler to get the middle to set, since the edges were getting too dark. I also diced the asiago into smaller pieces than stated, since asiago lends a stronger flavor.
I only had 5 eggs so I halved the recipe and it was still good, just not as thick. The different cheese add to flavor.
This was my first time making a frittata. I love how I can make a big batch of it once and then have breakfast for the week. I followed the recipe pretty closely, making minor substitutions based on what I had in the house. The oven time definitely seems a bit off in the instructions. I had it in the oven for 18 minutes and it probably could have gone another 2. Overall, a quick and tasty meal.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tre Formaggi Fritatta
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 266
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