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Green Chile Frittata

momoftwins

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Does anyone know if this can possibly be baked in one of the pieces of stoneware?? Say by chance the rectangle baker?? I am going to make it for a bridal shower and they need to have 2 made and I only have 1 skillet.
 

Chef Kearns

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How were you planning to saute the veggies and stuff? See if you can borrow a second skillet.

It probably will work in a piece of stoneware, but you would have to take out half of the ingredients to be baked in the stoneware.
 

momoftwins

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I would have the veggies and stuff sauted ahead of time. I was planning on having one bake while I demo the other one (in the skillet).
 

chefjeanine

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I agree with Chef Kearns. see if you can borrow a second skillet.

Do you have the Simple Additions Large Platter? You could make one recipe ahead and keep it warm in the oven on that platter. I'd be a little concerned the stone might dry out the frittata.
 
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