Wondering what to do with that leftover spaghetti, macaroni, and cheese, or Chinese noodles? Look no further because this Pasta Frittata recipe will satisfy your breakfast, lunch, and dinner cravings all in one dish. Simply choose a protein of your choice to cook, add your leftover pasta and some eggs, and bake until golden brown. If your pasta dish has a lot of sauce, to begin with, you can always pop it in the microwave and once heated, remove it from its bowl of sauce before adding to the Frittata. Feel free to improvise with this recipe and the possibilities will be endless!
- Leftover pasta has a new purpose in anyone’s kitchen set. It can be used as an ingredient for a new dish whenever possible too.
- The dish is a great opportunity to use up other ingredients found in the fridge. Get creative with the recipe and include something everyone will enjoy trying.
- Leftover pasta can come in a few different varieties as needed. Take note and mix up the ingredients to suit the needs of the dish.
“I’ve been making pasta frittatas ever since another Kitchn writer mentioned it years ago, and it is hands-down my favorite way to use up leftover pasta — along with whatever else is hanging around in the fridge.”
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