Green Bean Frittata with Gouda & Parmesan Cheeses is a savory baked egg dish that is perfect for brunch, lunch or dinner. Cut the warm frittata into wedges and serve with your favorite tomato sauce or
white sauce. It has great color and texture too!
Green Bean Fritta with Gouda and Parnesan Cheese
by C. Carole
, HARRISVILLE, OH on Jan. 2008
I was a little wary of trying this dish, but we really like quiche and it reminded me so much of one. It is really delicious. We really liked the green beans in it, it was different, but made the meal with a salad. Nothing else was needed, everyone took seconds.
by P. Phyllis
, Escondido, CA on Dec. 2007
This green bean fritatta was delicious. I made a few substitutions, I used Eggbeaters instead of regular eggs, and also used Carnation fat free evaporated milk. Everyone, including me, was happy with the results.
Delicious light supper
by M. Michelle
, Moscow, ID on Nov. 2007
We used frozen french-cut green beans for the frittata and served both tomato and bechamel sauce. The tomato sauce looked prettier and gave it more zing, but with the bechamel it approached comfort-food.
Easy dinner or breakfast
by T. Tota
, BRUNSWICK, MD on Nov. 2007
I make this for dinner and my family love this. We ate this with hot sauce because the weather is cold outside right now. My family ask me to make this more often.
A beatiful presentation
by S. Susan
, GRASS LAKE, MI on Nov. 2007
After presenting this dish to my family last night, here are some of their comments: A little light on flavor, Next time add a few diced potatoes, Use a different cheese. I love Frittata and would give it a 5, but the others all said 4...of course there wasn't a scrap left, so that says something. It did look beautiful, all crispy and golden brown. Try it, and don't be afraid to use variations. I will definitely make this again.
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