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Easy Spinach Frittata

It is cold, very cold; yet, the sun is shining bright and the skies are clear, for this is the metaphor of life that is waiting patiently to blossom and then flourish.


Ingredients:

6 eggs
1½ cups cooked spaghetti
10 oz. package of frozen spinach – cooked and drained
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese
½ tsp. salt
¼ tsp. black pepper
Butter for greasing

Preheat Oven 350 degrees:

Butter a 10 inch cast iron frying pan. 

Beat the eggs in a bowl; add the cooked spaghetti, half of the shredded cheese, salt, pepper and drained spinach.

Toss and place in the prepared pan.  Top with the rest of the cheese.

Bake for 30 - 35 minutes.

Enjoy with Love,

Catherine
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23 comments:

  1. This is so simple, but looks SO good! The addition of spaghetti is great. And I love eggs and spinach! Pinned!

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  2. I love Frittata. Any kind of Frittata. This one looks so very good.

    Have a fabulous day Catherine. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

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  3. Adoro la frittata di spinaci, è molto gustosa! Non l'avevo mai provata con gli spaghetti, deve essere buonissima! Buon Anno mia cara, un abbraccio!

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  4. Hi again Catherine....thought I'd take a short time to check out your blog in Internet Explorer. I'm happy to say that now, your embedded comment form works AND the REPLY button is working like a charm also!!!

    Now those that do have IE for their main browser can leave you a comment with no problem at all!!! Oh happy Day. Stay warm.

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  5. Catherine, Looks like a nice easy to prepare dish... Love spinach and cheese but I prefer rigatoni, only because I'm less likely to 'wear' it when I eat it! With spaghetti, my wife always tells me I should use a bib! Thanks for the recipe...and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  6. I would have never thought to add spaghetti to a spinach frittata, what a neat spin on a comforting dish!

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  7. Hi Catherine, What a wonderful recipe to share! I love this dish, one of my favorites. My mom would sometimes have left over spaghetti, spinach, and cheese. She then would make a mouthwatering Frittata.The only thing she did differently was that she would cook hers on top of the stove, not in the oven. She was and still is the best flipper I know. Nary a drop spilled when she would turn the Frittata over on a plate and then in the pan. I loved it when all the spaghetti would get crispy, that to me was a fun way to eat this delectable dish. Brought back memories of my childhood, Thanks...Blessings dear Catherine... ;)

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  8. Pinned this one! I'd be happy to eat your frittata for breakfast, lunch AND dinner!!!

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  9. G'day! Monterey Jack makes everything taste better!
    Cheers! Joanne
    Thanks for sharing at the Foodie Friends Friday Meals in 30 Minutes Party!

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  10. You had me at fritatta, but when I saw that it had spaghetti, I knew it was a "pinner!" And it looks so easy! Mmmmm!

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  11. YUM! This sounds so simple and delicious! thank you! blessings and hugs ~ tanna

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  12. I always forget to put pastas in my frittatas:) Love this simple one!

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  13. easy to make and delicious, a perfect comfort food ! Have a great weekend, a hug....

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  14. I sure like the word "easy" in this title. It seems I don't make frittatas much because they seem so time consuming. Pinning this one and thanks for sharing the recipe. I've always thought of potatoes when I think about frittatas ... love the pasta.

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  15. This looks delicious! What a great way to start the year.

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  16. Oh my goodness that looks like a little piece of Heaven right here on earth.

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  17. Sounds wonderful Catherine...could I use fresh baby spinach instead of frozen??

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  18. This sounds wonderful Catherine. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday Meals in 30 minutes party.

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  19. What an amazing recipe! I need to try to make a frittata! I tried one ages ago and it came out horribly, but your recipe looks easy! Thanks for linking up with Foodie Friends Friday!

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  20. Loving how simple this is!! I don't think I've ever had a frittata with pasta before, I like the change up. Thanks for sharing this on Foodie Friday

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  21. Spinach is a favorite at our house! Pinned - Thanks for linking up to Freedom Fridays!

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