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How is a frittata different from an omelette?

(7 Posts)
IDugUpADiamond Tue 18-Mar-14 09:37:50

Is not, is it?

LaurieFairyCake Tue 18-Mar-14 09:38:28

You don't turn it over, instead it's cut into portions

everythingsgoingsouth Tue 18-Mar-14 18:31:17

i thought frittata had potatoes, cubed in the egg?
omelette is just egg?

everythingsgoingsouth Tue 18-Mar-14 18:35:33

homecooking.about.com/od/cookingfaqs/f/faqomelet.htm

AHA!!

nicename Tue 18-Mar-14 18:41:47

I would say that with an omlette, the egg is the star, so you can have it plain or with a filling, but a frittata is the veggies cooked up and glued together with egg.

Either way, yummmmmmm.

CremeEggThief Wed 19-Mar-14 20:47:10

I thought frittatas are oven-baked and omelettes are pan-fried?

GwendolineMaryLacey Wed 19-Mar-14 20:57:27

I had the most gorgeous frittata a couple of weeks back at a party. Was made from spaghetti and tomatoes etc. was lovely.

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