Smelled wonderful, tasted delicious. I don't always like frittatas, but this one was great! Also helped me use extra zucchini from my garden.
Summer Vegetable Frittata
HoxsieOlsen Posted: 09/02/10
kateford Posted: 08/03/10
Healthy, light and delicious. Substituted yellow squash for the red pepper, due to personal preference. Making again tonight and going to add some leftover ham. Makes great leftovers too!
camielle Posted: 08/03/10
I loved this dish. I am a new cook so, some recipes take me longer than other people. However, this recipe was quick and perfect for a busy day. It had delicous herbs and vegetables. I made it with turkey italian sausage and a veggie mix. I will definetly make this again. However, i don't know if it is elegent for a dinner party. All in all cooking light did an excellent job once again.
xpuhas Posted: 05/10/11
This was a wonderful brunch dish! I doubled the recipe to serve 12 adults and added 4 ounces of crumbled goat cheese to the mixture in the pan. I also baked it at 350 in a 13 x 9 casserole for 40 minutes. Everyone loved it!
CindyH Posted: 07/15/11Raleigh, NC
This was a solid recipe. I would make this for a brunch. I added a little bit of cheese to it and next time, perhaps more. I also shredded the zucchini for this one. But it definitely is a frittata and very eggy tasting.
Renee5732 Posted: 07/14/14
Very delicious! Very flexible to your tastes or what you have on hand. I omitted the tomato and red pepper, adding yellow squash and a little bit of chopped roasted red peppers, which complemented the flavors nicely. I also served it right-side up and added a little pepper jack cheese on top, but it would be great even without it. Healthy, easy, delicious for breakfast or anytime.