Spinach Frittata

Spinach Frittata

"'When we were growing up, spinach was one of the only vegetables my brothers and I enjoyed,' recalls Paula Tuduri, Bozeman, Montana. 'So our mom found all kinds of ways to include it in meals. This dish is one of my favorites. Be creative,' she suggests. 'Feel free to vary the vegetables, cheeses and meat to suit your tastes and budget.'"
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  1. In a skillet, saute the red pepper and onion in oil until tender. In a bowl, beat eggs and milk. Stir in chicken if desired, 1/2 cup spinach, mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses, salt and pepper (save remaining spinach for another use). Add to the skillet. Cover and cook over medium heat for 7-10 minutes or until completely set. Cut into wedges.

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I made this into portable snack for the kids dance show by pouring it into greased mini-muffin tins and baking at 350 until the "mini-fritattas" were puffed up and golden-about 10 minutes (but k...

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Delicious, nutritious, colorful and well-matched array of ingredients, but the cooking method proved to be a problem. Following the directions, the bottom of the frittata browned before the top...

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I made this into portable snack for the kids dance show by pouring it into greased mini-muffin tins and baking at 350 until the "mini-fritattas" were puffed up and golden-about 10 minutes (but k...

It was a hit for Father's Day brunch. Used half-and-half instead of milk. I didn't realize until I was halfway through the recipe that it only called for only HALF the box of frozen spinach...I ...

I didn't have the exact ingredients on hand when I made this, but I took the author's suggestion and subbed other things. No red peppers and no chicken, but I put in bacon bits (the real bacon k...

Delicious, nutritious, colorful and well-matched array of ingredients, but the cooking method proved to be a problem. Following the directions, the bottom of the frittata browned before the top...

I made this for dinner one night on a whim, first attempt at a frittata and I have to say I rate dishes on the husband test. It's not enough that he went back for seconds, but he wants to eat i...

This tasted wonderful. My husband, who isn't into spinach, enjoyed this as well. I used cheddar instead of mozzarella, cream instead of milk, 1/4 cup onion instead of 1/2 cup. It was my first...

This is fantastic! I omitted the chicken and salt and substituted the mozzarella with feta. I also used fresh spinach because it's what I had on hand. Tasty!

I had a bunch of fresh spinach and was running out of recipes...and found this one. I tried it out - and it turned out beautifully!!! I did not have some of the ingredients, but used bacon bi...

super yummy! put onion and garlic in skillet, added spinach and cooked down (used fresh) mixed all ingredients and chicken but then spooned into greased muffin tins... at 350! came out great. w...

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