An Italian omelette with a variety of fillings, eg potatoes, mushrooms, pumpkin, ham, cheese. Unlike a French omelette, the ingredients are mixed with the eggs rather than being folded inside them. The frittata is cut into wedges and eaten hot or cold. Similar to a Spanish omelette.
a round (not folded) Italian omelette in which other ingredients are mixed into the eggs, instead of being used as a filling as in a French omelette.
Italian omelet with diced vegetables and meats; cooked until bottom is set then inverted into another pan to cook the top
a baked omelet with a medley of herbs and vegetables
a broiled or baked Italian omelet, and a torta is a baked sort of cake
a fancy omelette that is not turned or flipped, rather, it is finished off in the oven
a flat omelet that usually has more add-in ingredients and is a bit heavier and more filling
a flat omelet with a meledy of vegetables and herbs mixed into it
an excellent way to stretch eggs, and thus feed a multitude
a round Italian omelet that has its fillings mixed into the eggs before cooking, rather than folded inside like the French omelet
a round, open-face Italian omelet cooked over low heat
a thick Italian omelet full of vegetables, herbs and cheese
a thick Italian omelet - sturdy and adaptable and filled with vegetables, herbs and cheese
a thick omelet made with various combinations of vegetables, cut into wedges and served as a light main course
a thick omelet that hasent been folded basically
a thin open-faced Italian omelet
a type of omelet, and slang for a mess
An Italian open-faced omelet.
An Italian dish made of eggs and other ingredients. Similar to an omelet, but the ingredients are combined with the eggs rather than folded into the center. Recipe: Frittata con gli Spinaci
An open-faced italian omelet.
a preparation of egg and other ingredients, sautéed and lightly browned. Served hot or room temperature. Similar to a firm, thick omelet.
An Italian open-faced omelette.
Frittata is similar to an omelet but without the ingredients folded in.
An Italian omelette with a variety of fillings that are mixed with the eggs rather than being folded inside. Like a Spanish omelette, a frittata is cut into wedges and can be eaten either hot or cold.
An Italian omelette usually made quite thick with...
A frittata is a type of Italian omelette featuring fillings such as meats, cheeses, and vegetables. Rather than being folded like a normal omelette, it is prepared open-faced, and typically finished under the broiler. One of the main characteristics that distinguishes it from a regular omelette is that it is baked.