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This Leftover Pasta Frittata is one of the most versatile recipes out there and works with any pasta that you may have.

Leftover Pasta Frittata


  • 4-5 ounces leftover tomato sauce spaghetti

  • 5 large eggs

  • 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese

  • Salt and pepper to taste

  • Parsley for garnish

  • Olive oil


  1. In a bowl, whisk together eggs, cheese, salt and pepper.

  2. Heat a generous amount of olive oil a cast iron skillet, add the pasta, and pour the egg mixture all over. Cook for about 4-5 minutes.

  3. Place under the broiler until the top is golden brown.

  4. Slice and serve with freshly chopped parsley.

Leftover Pasta Frittata




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- If you find yourself hung over a lot and need some new recipes, I got your back. I got some leftover pasta here, this leftover pasta frittata works with anything you have. Sauce, no sauce, I've just got some tomato in here. You need eggs, a bunch of them. I'm just gonna crack them in a bowl. There really is no exact amount for this. If you like more pasta in your frittata, add more. Want more egg, do that. Into this is a little salt, not too much because your pasta is already seasoned. Some black pepper. Whisk that around. Then we'll add some Parmesan cheese. Get all of that mixed together, make sure that's all mixed up. I got a cast iron skillet here, I'm gonna drizzle in a little olive oil, just so that things don't stick. And two that goes the pasta first, all in. Just push it around a bit just so that every piece of the frittata has pasta. Then on top of that goes the egg. Make sure that everything is coated with egg. You just want to let that go for about four to five minutes, and then we're gonna pop it in the oven to get nice and golden brown on top. That looks good. I'm just gonna pop it under the broiler, just for a few minutes. Meanwhile, wait and think about how you're gonna get rid of this hangover. In addition to your pasta frittata. I recommend slowing down on the booze. Alright, the frittata is done, looks gorgeous. If you're feeling brave, I would recommend flipping it over onto a plate. Just place your plate right on top of the pan, do a little prayer, and then flip. That looks so cool with the pasta all around there. I'm just gonna slice this up, a little wedge, and serve it here with some salad greens and a little garnish of parsley. And there you have it. Leftover pasta frittata, which is basically the answer to all your hungover needs. I hope you guys give this a try.