| These fun little snacks are intended for a morning or early afternoon party, event or gathering. They're incredibly easy to make, attractive and delicious! They taste somewhat like a full and creamy crab cake. They're yum!|
Usually a frittata (kind of a twist on the Italian word for "fry") is made in a single sauté pan, where it is like a large open faced omelet. It's often flipped, baked or browned on the top in a broiler. It is often sliced into wedges ... like a quiche (minus the crust). This is baked in a mini-muffin pan, rendering it an "un" frittata. It's not fried.
Note: This recipe is for a total of 24 mini "un" frittatas. However, for a full muffin sized frittata, reduce the temperature to 375 F and bake for about 15 minutes longer.