Asparagus and Smoked Trout Frittata

  • Natalie137 Posted: 04/24/10
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    This was good, but not impressive. Admittedly, I was making it for a crowd that included a vegetarian, so I omitted the smoked trout, which may have contributed to the blandness.

  • AmazingNW Posted: 05/11/10
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    Only used 3 eggs/white, lessened the trout amount. Added chile peppers. Overall, light and delicious supper. Radish/watercress side was great! 50/50 on making again [longer than 30 mins].

  • sprater1 Posted: 06/05/10
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    I used smoked salmon instead of smoked trout since my grocery store didn't have any smoked trout. I didn't change anything else on the recipe. I cooked it in a cast iron skillet. Great flavor and my kids (under 6 years old) loved it! Will make again.

  • juliebw Posted: 03/27/11
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    My husband and I love this recipe. First time I made it exactly, but we prefer smoked salmon so I have made it a couple of times since with smoked salmon. Great Saturday night meal. Loved the watercress and radish salad, too.

  • AlaHoneyBlossom Posted: 05/10/10
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    This was just OK to my taste. As I was fearing, the smoked trout cooked in the pan and, as all smoked fishes do when cooked, became very salty. Next time, I'll sprinkle it on top before serving

  • melrosebee32 Posted: 05/11/10
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    I loved smoked salmon so I substituted it for the trout and had feta in the fridge which I used instead of the parmesan. It came out lovely and flavorful. Perfect to take cold to work for lunch with a green salad.

  • AAD329 Posted: 06/14/10
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    This was good for a quick weeknight supper. I used leftover oven-roasted asparagus, canned smoked trout packed in oil (drained first on paper towels), six whole eggs instead of 4 whole and 4 whites, and closer to 1/2 cup cheese, so I doubt my version qualifies as light, but it tasted good. I also used minced shallot instead of green onion and topped the frittata with halved cherry tomatoes before baking.

  • sb3386a Posted: 10/23/11
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    couldn't find smoked trout, so we just grilled the trout (salt, pepper, dill, a little honey) on the side, along with a light cream sauce with dill.


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