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Good. Make sure you drain your zucchini very well & blot with paper towels to remove excess moisture. I thought it was a little too much cheese, maybe 1/2 C or 3/4 C would be better. I used sharp Cheddar, it's what I had on hand. I'd say this makes 4 servings. 1/4 of it filled me up. Good base recipe since you can vary it up with the vegetables.
This is a great recipe! It is also the first and only frittat recipe I have NOT scorched or burned on the bottom! It was so easy to make and the adding of other ingredients like mushrooms, black olives, chopped chilies etc.is unlimited. I also like the tip: being able to travel as a light breakfast or snack on long trips. We are only 2 hours away from our granddaughters, and sometimes need to leave in the early morning hours to babysit. This will be better than chicken bicuits from a fast food drive thru! Thank You Carol for the recipe and the tip! LindaK
I prepared this dish after a freezer inventory...I realized I had a lot more zucchini than I thought! I did have to alter the recipe because the only type of cheese I had on hand was sharp cheddar. Still, I liked it very much. Even my husband, who is always suspicious of a new dish, thought that it was good (but that it needed more salt and some pepper). However, it did not receive rave reviews from the kids. My two-year-old spit it out and my ten-year-old ate it only on pain of death. I reheated (in the toaster oven) for my breakfast, and I thought that it was even better the second time.
I feel like it is unfair to rate a recipe made with substitutiions, so I am rating this 4 stars on the recipe as written. The second time around, I used yellow squash, diced not shredded, and 1/2 cup cheese. I think dicing the squash and using less cheese makes this a 5 star frittata.
Just what I was looking for! It is near perfect for me. I opted to not do the cheese, simply because I am trying to lose some weight. But! Without the cheese, this comes in at around 300 calories. And if you're eating it by yourself, is big enough to take up a plate. It is delicious, quick and easy. Just what I need in the morning : )
Very good and pleasing for young kids! I peeled the zucchini to "hide" the green from the kids and used cheddar instead of swiss. I used dehydrated minced onions because I did not have fresh onions home, and I think that made the onions undetectable to the kids but still gave it flavor for me.
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