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Beth M. BakinTime - Jul 17, 2011

What's the difference between Stratas and a Frittata?

A friend wants a recipe for a Frittata, and I was just looking at my collection of recipes clipped from years of magazines.

I think the difference is: a strata has bread incorporated into it, and a frittata doesn't.

Am I correct?


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Dee Stillwell LILLYDEE
Jul 18, 2011
frittatas have no bread...stratas have bread added..i have a great strata posted here.

Ham Veggie Cheese Strata
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Jane McMillan-Whittaker janenov46
Jul 18, 2011
It is my understanding frittata is basically scrambled eggs with other things in them and usually baked.
A strata is layers of things and also baked.
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Beth M. BakinTime
Jul 18, 2011
LADIES, THANK YOU AGAIN!
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Karla Everett Karla59
Jul 17, 2011
You can make it in a blender or food processor, though care must be taken not to go too far, or you will have almond butter! Use fairly small amounts, and pulse until it's meal.

Here is a recipe on how to make your own.
glutenfreecooking.about.com/...l.htm

Most health food stores sell it. Trader Joe's has the best price I have found for almond meal with the skin.
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Jan W Neeniejan
Jul 17, 2011
This is one source for almond meal/almond flour:

nutsonline.com/...flour.html