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Old 04-05-2021, 01:16 PM
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In a non-stick pan cook 1/3 # of regular breakfast country sausage.

Pour off all fat after sausage is cooked.

then mix to cooked sausage add:

1 cibolla/sliced [Mexican bulb onion]

¼ red bell pepper/julienne'd

3 baby portabella 'shrooms/chopped

mix together and cook

In a separate bowl beat 5 eggs w/a whisk and then pour over sausage and veggie's in the non-stick pan & combine

then and add fresh spinach leaves to top that are slightly poked into the eggs as they set, but do not mix.

then place shredded Romano cheese on the top.

Cover and let it cook on low heat to set the eggs completely. Do not overcook or it will burn the bottom of the fritatta.

That's it.

We find the brand 'Heritage Farm' country sausage works very well w/the above. It does have some fat, but it gets poured off after cooking the sausage.
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Sounds good but I like to use cast iron and finish it in the oven.
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Had to look up what a Mexican breakfast casserole looked like.

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Sounds good but I like to use cast iron and finish it in the oven.
That would technically make it a soufflé.. not that there's anything wrong with that.

This is basically a Spanish omelet for two or more (and nothing wrong with that either!!)

I usually just put a sprinkle of cheese in my omelets, and possibly a bit of dry cured pancetta.
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I usually just put a sprinkle of cheese in my omelets, and possibly a bit of dry cured pancetta.
Now you made me look up pancetta.
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