microwave frittata?

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  1. ColJack

    ColJack Gold Member

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    do you think it's possible to do a frittata in the microwave?
    nuke the veg etc for a min or so then stick the eggs in and nuke it again??

    it's only the same as scrambled egg really surely?
     
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    i have done it in the microwave before and it turned out fine. i like the crust a get from putting it under the grill or from the frying pan.
     
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    That's a genius idea - I could do that at work for my lunch and it'd be free (I'm veggie, so only do green days)! Thanks!
     
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    Sorry to be thick but whats a frittata? I like the word fritatta :) lol
     
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    Hehe! This made me giggle - it is a great word!!

    From Wikipedia:
    Frittata is an egg-based dish similar to an omelette or quiche, either simple or enriched with additional ingredients such as meats, cheeses, vegetables or pasta. It may be flavored with herbs.
     
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