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Definitely great! I tried it 'cause I was short on ideas for dinner one night. It works really well if you sub tomatoes for both the mushrooms and the pepper. And I also used oregano for the parsley. It's fantastic. It's one of those recipes that you don't hafta follow it too close. I'm making it right now. =^^=

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Taris Flashpaw June 20, 2002

Very easy and tasty. I did not have any fresh parsley so I added a pinch of dried oregano. Also, subbed real bacon bits for ham. Will definitely make again!

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1TexasLizard March 22, 2002

Lennie this is superb....Didn't change a single thing but did add some melted butter over the top. We loved it and it reheats great too. TY!

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LAURIE February 16, 2003

This was a tasty and easy meal to make. I used whole wheat pasta and left out the ham, and it still tasted great! Even the picky eaters in my family liked it. I think next time I make this, I'll add some more cheese on top of the frittata after I flip it. Thanks!

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DCKiki November 14, 2008

I saw Nigella Lawson do a similar recipe on one of her shows and she stressed how important the fresh herbs were to the success of the dish. I added shredded mozzerela and chopped up plum tomatoes to this recipe with great success!

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Epi-curious September 25, 2005

I broke my spaghetti up before I cooked it, and fried up some omlette toppings together for the filling, started it in one pan and the flipped it over into another to finish cooking (I did 2 batches and started the second in the same pan I had started the first batch in.)

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sugarlovinmom April 16, 2010

Turned out great. I omitted the cheese and subbed olive oil for the butter to make it dairy-less. I also used more veggies than called for. Finished under the broiler rather than flipping.

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KWM_SA July 15, 2009

This was my first frittata and it was great. I made it w/o ham or mushrooms. I plan on trying many different kinds of frittatas now that I know how to make them. Thanks again for the great recipe.

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jkworth June 04, 2007

In all my years of cooking, this is the first time I ever made a fritatta; I'm glad I picked such a wonderful recipe. I made this for dinner and we really enjoyed it. I used angel hair for the pasta (because it cooks so fast) and left out the onions (I don't like onions in my eggs). DH and DD microwaved the leftovers in breakfast burritos.

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Ginny Sue September 24, 2004

Pretty good. If the addition of pasta sounds stragem don't fret. You hardly notice the cooked and chopped noodles. Added mozz/romano blend and thinly sliced tomatoes on top. Skip the flipping step and just put in hot oven after partially cooking on stovetop.

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Treven June 06, 2004
Spaghetti Frittata