Smoked Salmon and Onion Frittata

  • BKRecipeFile Posted: 05/24/10
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    I'm also perplexed by any negative comments and wonder what steps or items must have been omitted by those folks? The only things different I did were a) add a bit of fresh dill, and b) add about 1/4 cup more egg substitute. I was concerned that there wasn't enough egg to cover the ingredients already in the pan, and was so glad that I did. It puffed up perfectly, the crust, pre-broiled, stayed crunchy on the outside, and this was a major hit at my brunch. I served it with fruity mimosas, a great salad and grilled artichokes, and 6 friends all loved the meal. I'll keep that menu for future reference, and a different set of guests, and change nothing!

  • koblesky Posted: 09/06/09
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    If you like smoked salmon, you will like this. If you do not like smoked salmon, don't try it. The salmon overwhelms everything else. I could hardly tast the fresh thyme.

  • mary12345 Posted: 09/18/11
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    This did not turn out well. In fact, my husband said it was the worst thing I had ever cooked for him. He thought the combination of onion, thyme, and smoked salmon was disgusting. I will not be making this again.

  • Zakiyyah Posted: 06/30/12
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    I have made this recipe a couple of times and I have enjoyed it each time. I have not changed anything in the recipe just used a few shortcuts by using prechopped onions other than that I kept everything the same. I thought it was pretty tasty.

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