Frittata with Mushrooms, Linguine, and Basil

  • Rosebud257 Posted: 06/05/11
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    you gotta be kidding me...This was so bland.... needed more than basil as a seasoning.

  • lynnmarlyn Posted: 04/28/11
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    Made it for a big brunch event. Delicious. I baked it in the oven in a pie dish.

  • snapdragen Posted: 08/21/12
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    I wish I had read the reviews - the only way my family ate this as is was by dousing it with siracha. What a waste of eggs.

  • portland Posted: 09/14/12
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    easy and tasty but nothing special. i thought there was too much pasta for the amount of eggs.

  • segan101 Posted: 08/15/12
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    Delicious with the modifications suggested by Judylane. I made the recipe as directed, sautéing chopped green onions with mushroom mixture. While dish was cooking on stovetop, I quickly cooked about 6 slices of bacon. I crumbled the bacon on top with the cheese and put it in the oven, as directed. Although I haven't tried this as written, adding the green onions and bacon was easy and the bacon really made the dish. For a softer flavor delete the bacon.

  • framingham Posted: 08/19/12
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    I made this with some revisions, given the advice of previous reviewers. I used green onion instead of leeks. I also used 4 eggs and 3 whites. You must use a more flavorful cheese than is called for. I used romano and a 4 cheese shredded pizza blend that I happened to have in the house, but you could use parmesan, romano, smoked gouda or asiago. This was tasty and easy to make, and the leftovers are great for breakfast.

  • fraserma42 Posted: 08/21/12
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    Very good with one change, jarls burg instead of mozzarella.

  • Judylane Posted: 03/27/12
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    This was delicious! But with some modifications! I sauteed the mushrooms with green onions (skipped the leeks because I didn't have them on hand) and four slices of bacon, minced into 1/4 inch dice. Added the basil to the egg mixture. Added a half cup shredded jarlsberg cheese to the tossed pasta and mushroom mix, placed that in the skillet and poured the egg mixture over the pasta-mushroom mixture. Cooked as directed on the stovetop then transferred to the oven. Very much like a quiche but without the calorie heavy pastry of a quiche. Definitely will make this again and it is a great brunch dish.


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