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frittata

[ fri-tah-tuh; Italian freet-tah-tah ]
/ frɪˈtɑ tə; Italian fritˈtɑ tɑ /
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noun, plural frit·ta·tas, Italian frit·ta·te [freet-tah-te]. /fritˈtɑ tɛ/. Italian Cooking.
an omelet resembling a large pancake and containing vegetables, seasonings, and often ricotta, Parmesan, or other cheese.
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Origin of frittata

1930–35; <Italian: omelet, equivalent to fritt(o) fried (see frit) + -ata-ade1
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British Dictionary definitions for frittata

frittata
/ (frɪˈtɑːtə) /

noun
an Italian dish made with eggs and chopped vegetables or meat, resembling a flat thick omelette

Word Origin for frittata

C20: Italian, from fritto, past participle of friggere to fry
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