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September 18, 2011

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astrofiammante

mi ero persa l'esperimento con le fragole e non riesco a immaginare la frittata con la frutta quindi non mi resta che provare, è un genere di esperimenti tra i miei preferiti ................però ho la sensazione che presto da queste parti vedremo qualcosa di goloso con le noci pecan ^ ___ ^

bellini

With the roasted peaches and the homespun cheese this must have been something the whole family would love.

brii

I make a jam with roasted plums, it is fantastic.
Must try this frittata it is so inspiring.
What's even more inspiring is to make home made cheese.
Sooner or later (sooner I hope) I must try it.
baciussss
brii

Frank

Wow, a sweet frittata… I would never have thought of it but know that I do, it sounds delicious! Nice way to use up the last of the season. Sigh… :=(

Graziana

Mio figlio ama le frittate ma non riesco mai a fargli mangiare la frutta... devo provare con questa ricetta!
Grazie per aver partecipato a WHB.

Caffettiera

I have to be honest here. I don't think I'll ever make a frittata with home made cheese and roasted fruit. There is something in making cheese at home that frightens me. On the other hand, I'd really love to try these combinations of yours. any particular tips for using store bought cheese instead?

Paz

I love that you've added peaches here. What can I use as a substitute to caciotta. I'm not sure that I can find caciotta in my grocery store. I will look, though.

Paz

fragoliva

sempre originali le tue proposte... anche questa frittata è assolutamente da provare. bravissima.
A

Ancutza

originale e molto invitante questa ricetta...la frutta mi piace troppo e m'hai incuriosita con questa preparazione ovviamente segnata:).A presto.

Simona Carini

Ciao Astro. L'esperimento con le fragole e' stata una sorpresa piacevole e da li' mi sono lanciata. Ho provato anche con i fichi, ma non mi ha soddisfatta. La frittata con le pesche e' veramente ottima. Il post con le noci pecan era solo una prima bozza: l'ho pubblicato per errore e cancellato subito, ma il feed lo ha preso al volo. Lo pubblichero' presto :)

Ciao Val. Since I started making frittata with fruit, I have neglected other ingredients: indeed, it's become a favorite.

Ciao Brii. A roasted plum jam sounds very nice. I hope you'll give cheese a try and have fun.

Ciao Frank. It sounds strange, I know. The cheese tones down the sweetness, and the whole combination works. I will certainly try using other kinds of fruit.

Ciao Graziana. Buona idea: fammi sapere se funziona.

Ciao Caffettiera. I was scared at the beginning of my cheese-making days. But you can start with a simple soft cheese that requires little investment. Once you get some good result, then you'll be more daring. In the UK, I'd try a mild cheddar. Let me know if you do.

Ciao Paz. I'd look for some Monterey Jack, unflavored. Let me know if you try.

Grazie ragazze :)

Grazie Ancutza.

Lori Lynn

That sounds absolutely delightful Simona! Such an interesting combination of ingredients.
LL

Simona Carini

Ciao Lori Lynn. Both the strawberry and the peach version are really good and I will certainly try other versions in the future.

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