Frittata with Peppers and Onions with Roasted Cherry Tomato Sauce

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  • on July 23, 2014

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    I just saw this on TV- looks yummy - went online to get recipe and watched the video again - discrepancy in cooking technique of the eggs. The show and video have him cooking the eggs in a 350 oven for 15-20 mins, but the attached online recipe states to put them under the broiler. Which is correct? Could have two totally different outcomes. Love all of Bobby's recipes - - just a question on this one.

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  • on February 28, 2014

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    This recipe is a winner. It utilizes ingredients that are readily available and affordable throughout the year. No special cooking equipment required. Even a moderately priced skillet works just fine, because there is no cooking in a screaming hot oven or broiling necessary. I think the cooked, cherry tomato sauce is a great way to add a bit of zing. Normally, I would have made a marinated tomato salad to accompany this dish, but the tomato sauce adds a bit of flair. My only surprise is that the tomato sauce has no acid added to it. So I added a tiny splash of seasoned rice wine vinegar -- not only did it add a touch of sweetness, but it also rounded out that salty-acid zing I was looking for.

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  • on July 01, 2011

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    I was a little disappointed in the roasted tomato sauce. I expected bolder flavor from Bobby Flay.
    I had some left over and used it the next day on my scrambled eggs. Added some red pepper flakes and it was delicious. I also think it benefited from sitting overnight.

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  • on June 24, 2011

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    Excellent, anything Bobby makes is excellent. I make it a little different but pretty much all frittatas are great. I will use the cherry tomato sauce which is new to me. One other thing I do is make it in a cast iron skillet and cut it like a pie and serve it right from the skillet. Love the way a cast iron skillet cooks.

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  • on June 18, 2011

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    I actually have made frittatas as my signature dish. Although frittatas can hold anything you put in them... But OREGANO? I just don't see that for a frittata for brunch.

    Love the tomato sauce. I'll use that and call it my own : Thanks Bobby for all the great recipes!!!

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  • on June 05, 2011

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    This recipe was easy to make and absolutely delicious!! I used a mix of different tomatoes to make it a sweeter sauce and it was perfect! Thanks Bobby!!

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