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    freezing a frittata

    Hi---Just became a "member" I hope there is someone out there who can help me!I was wondering if anyone knows how to freeze a frittata and then re-heat it??. I need to feed 50 guest coming in a few weeks for a family event. would like to do as much ahead of time as possible. Can a frittata be served at room temp??? I was thinking of one with spinach, ham and cheese.ANY suggestions would be great! Thanks!Jody Rae

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    freezing a frittata

    When you freeze the frittata, make sure it is completely cooled before you wrap it and put it into the freezer.

    Afterwards, just reheat in the oven at 300F for about ten minutes, or until thoroughly reheated (maybe check that the internal temp has come back to 140F).

    Not sure how it would be at room temp. Probably a matter of taste, the way some people like cold pizza or cold chicken, but others don't.

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