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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

@NYCLatinaMe 

 

Thanks.  I googled frittata and they were all shown in a frying pan.

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

In all honesty, my family would take one look, roll their eyes, and say "No thanks".  

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?


@ECBG wrote:

@NYCLatinaMe 

 

Thanks.  I googled frittata and they were all shown in a frying pan.


 

Yes @ECBG, frittatas start at the stove top and are baked as one of the last steps.  You may want to take a look at the recipes.  Spanish tortillas are not baked.

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

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I agree. I'd call it a crustless quiche.

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

If I use heavy cream, I call these sorts of egg dishes quiche...in this case,  a crustless quiche. But I think you could easily refer to this as a frittata, even with the heavy cream.

 

Looks yummy whatever you call it.

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Re: What Would You Call This Dish?

I call it a frittata.  Then I call it what I want to make for dinner later this week.   Thank you for including the recipe.