We first made this real restaurant Frittata Milanese Recipe for a group brunch at the restaurant. This frittata recipe was a hit!
Then, several years later we were requested to serve this brunch recipe at a memorial service for a regular guest’s mother, a friend of ours and many others.
He said she absolutely loved this Frittata Recipe when we served it to that group function she attended at the restaurant years earlier and she had written a note about it to her son. We honored her request for this restaurant breakfast recipe for “Mom.”
He told us that he expected about 100 guests. We knew better and prepared the meal for 150. It was barely enough.
Our guest (our friend) and his family for three generations were a local growers of fresh produce for food service distributors, local stores and restaurants. His family was and remains part of ours.
This recipe is for eight. It is wonderful for special occasions as a real restaurant brunch recipe.
Preparation time: 25 minutes. Serves 3-4
All of the following items should be served “on the side” for guests to take as much as they might prefer
Method of Preparation:
Serve and Enjoy!
Wow! This is so good! Enjoy your frittata recipe and the company of those you share it with!
Did you know? "Milanese" (of Milan, Italy) is a word used in cooking to describe foods that are dipped in egg (or have eggs), often bread crumbs, usually Parmesan cheese and fried in butter. In American cooking the word is not “exact” or “precise.”