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Green Eggs & Ham Frittata

March/April 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4 (62 votes)

Our version of green eggs and ham is full of spinach, leeks and dill, along with ham and havarti cheese. Serve with: Roasted red potatoes or hash browns.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was really fast and delicious! I used extra dill and lowfat swiss cheese. I agree with other reviewers that this recipe is really flexible. I'll try it with other cheeses when I make it in the future. "
Green Eggs & Ham Frittata Recipe

11 Reviews for Green Eggs & Ham Frittata

11/06/2013
Anonymous

This was amazingly quick. I already had leeks ready to go which saved a lot of time. The substitutions I made were: fresh dill instead of dried, chicken instead of ham, and sharp cheddar for the cheese since those were what I had in the fridge. I served it with a side salad and the whole family enjoyed it.

Quick, Easy, Cheap, Healthy
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01/19/2013
Delicious

Very flavourful! I was worried that it would be too strong with all the leeks (it calls for a lot) but it blended together very nicely. I did find all the chopping to be a bit of a nuisance, but it was worth it in the end

Lots of flavour
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06/24/2011
Excellent as written.

Made as written a couple times, and loved it. Looking forward to experimenting - starting now!

Easy and delicious.
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04/03/2011
Perfect Sunday Brunch Recipe

I love frittatas and this was no exception. I use egg beaters instead of real eggs and I cut the salt amount in half. I also normally use low-sodium ham in this and it works well.

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01/06/2011
Good but needed something extra

It's good but my family and I felt it was missing something. I felt it needed some extra seasoning to really bring out or highlight the flavors. Not sure what seasoning though; perhaps some nutmeg. Might be better with a cheese that has a more pronounced flavor ( I used harvarti.) Will make again and tinker with it.

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