Spaghetti frittata

Elevate your breakfast or brunch with these mouthwatering spaghetti frittata recipes. Discover new ways to enjoy spaghetti with a twist in this collection of flavorful dishes.
Easy 30-Minute Pasta Frittata with Sausage and Parmesan from The Food Charlatan. This dinner is done in 30 minutes and is so easy! The best part is that it uses mostly pantry ingredients (and sausage that you can freeze) so it's a good one to make when you haven't been shopping in a while! Swap out the veggies for whatever you have, and use leftover pasta if you have it! #leftoverspaghetti #recipes #dinners #eggs #cheese #Meals #brunch #dishes #breakfastrecipes #leftover #oliveoil #vegetables Brunch, Freeze, Pasta, Quiche, Spaghetti, Spinach Frittata Recipes, Spinach Frittata, Leftover Pasta, Easy Pasta

This Easy Pasta Frittata is done in 30 minutes and is so easy! The best part is that it uses mostly pantry ingredients (and sausage that you can freeze) so it's a good one to make when you haven't been shopping in a while! Swap out the veggies for whatever's in the fridge, and use leftover pasta if you have it!

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Mary Rogers
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The spaghetti frittata is a great way to give a new impulse to the leftover pasta: it is a simple but delicious dish, which belongs to the Neapolitan gastronomic tradition.The ingredients are very simple and, in this case, it is precisely in the simplicity that lies the secret of the success of this preparation that, rest assured, will please adults and children alike.

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Anna Anderson
Spaghetti Frittata with Spinach recipe from Jenny Jones (JennyCanCook) Cooks on the stove top, ready in 30 minutes. Frittata With Pasta Recipes, Spaghetti Frittata Recipes, Fritata Recipe With Pasta, Spaghetti Squash Frittata, Spaghetti With Egg, Jenny Jones Recipes, Jennycancook Recipes, Leftover Spaghetti Noodles, Breakfast Pasta

Cook the pasta before you do any other prep because the pasta needs time to cool down. And be sure to use a pan with sloped sides so you can slide the frittata out of the pan. - Jenny Jones

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James DeFrancisco