Looking for some new Pace® Salsa recipes? Try out delicious Picante Cheese Frittata made with Pace® Medium Chunky Salsa and Pace® Salsa base. This recipe is quick and easy to make in an hour or less. .
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|tortilla chips||12 oz.||3 qt.|
|Monterey Jack cheese||3 lb.||3 qt.|
|half and half||6 cups|
|1. Crumble chips and spread in bottom of 2 full hotel pans. Toss cheese with some flour in a large bowl.|
|2. Add salsa, eggs and half-and-half to cheese mixture; mix well. Pour half of salsa mixture into each hotel pan.
3. Bake at 350º F. (conventional oven) for 20 to 25 minutes. Remove from oven. Let stand 10 minutes.
|4. Mix salsa base and tomatoes in saucepan. Heat through. CCP: Heat to 140º F. or higher for 15 seconds. Hold at 140º F. or higher.
5. Cut frittata in each hotel pan into 12 squares. CCP: Hold at 140º F. or higher. Portion 1 frittata square plus 1/3 cup sauce.