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Herb & Onion Frittata

The EatingWell Diet (2007)

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This Italian-style omelet is delicious with just about any herb combination; try parsley, dill, chervil or marjoram.



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"What a fantastic recipe! On top fo that it was filling! I would recommend this to anyone! "
Herb & Onion Frittata Recipe

4 Reviews for Herb & Onion Frittata

09/17/2012
Excellent and Quick

In looking for breakfast ideas for my new gluten-free diet, this crossed my page. The smell of cooking onion in the morning is nausiating to me but I turned on the exhaust fan and perservered... Wow! So happy I did. This is delicious, filling, and satisfying. I used 1/2 tsp Kirkland Mrs. Dash and a nice sweet onion. Also feta crumbles on top. This is going into my new breakfast rotation. It was so yummy!

Quick, Delicious
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05/20/2011
Worth making!

Loved this recipes. Very filling as someone else had already mentioned. I didn't have farmer's cheese or ricotta but I just substituted with mozzarella. Still good and bet even better with ricotta. Delicious!

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04/30/2011
Yum!

Easy and quick breakfast. This is so good. I used dried basil and oregano with ricotta. I think I am going to try sweet onion next time. Highly recommend!

easy to make, delicious, easy cleanup, filling
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07/21/2010

What a fantastic recipe! On top fo that it was filling! I would recommend this to anyone!

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JEANNE_225 wrote 1 year 10 weeks ago

I just made this for lunch

I just made this for lunch today and it was very tasty. I used the sweet onion and cut it fine. It gave a sweet taste to the fritatta. I used a mixture herb called "herbs de provence" which I like and it went well. I used Laughing Cow wedge of mozzerella and sun dried tomato and basil, cut into small bits and put on top. Will definately have again.

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