Mario Batali Makes the Perfect Christmas Breakfast

Famous chef prepares an amazing meal to celebrate the holidays.
3:00 | 12/25/12

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We're here with mario batali, our special christmas co-host. He kicked off the 12 days of christmas countdown. Why not have him back for the perfect holiday breakfast. And try, I will, sam. Let's start with keeping the idea that you're really all about presents. You're relaxing. You're with family. You don't want any difficult issues. We're going to make a simple frittata. We're going to take eight eggs here. I cannot wait to use the magic whisker. I heard you're a giant whiskerer around here. You can put anything into it. Leftover vegetables. I like mushrooms because it's seasonal. Can you whisk too much? You can never overwhisk, in my house, sam. We have a little -- we let it go like that. We're going to cook them until they're sweated down, so they look like this. That is gorgeous. Mr. Rusty, is this looking good over here? That's gorgeous. Nothing says holiday like some sweating mushrooms. Absolutely right. We're going to add salt and pepper. All right. I'm going to have you carefully hold that while i launch the mushrooms in, without hurting your delicate hands. And then, we're going to stir that one more time. You just lost the mushrooms. I don't mind driving it home. Would you like to help me with some parmesan cheese? I would be grateful to. And do you just -- we're going to add some chives for the party. You need it back on? What do you need on? Get them going, just like they were. Okay. Then, we throw that in, like that. If you're feeling particularly nonrisk aversive, cook it on one side. And when it's almost done and slightly set on the top, you go like that. If you didn't feel you were up to that, you would pop it in the oven and let it sit 350 for 20 minutes until it fully sets. How long does it take you to learn the move? How many times -- let's go back to the outl outlayers. Once you've done it 10,000 hours, you can throw your sleeve over. All those guys at the train station, they practice 10,000 hours before it looks effortless. Now the frittata's done. You can serve it hot or room And bring it out like that. And cut it like a pie into wedges. I need my parmesan princess to do one little sprinkle here. Don't be afraid. Make it snow, baby. Make it snow. And there you have a perfect frittata. You could make this in advance. The next dish I like to show, is french toast. This is a classic italian holiday bread. You get these as gifts. You never know what to do with them. A lot of kids are afraid of the fruit and raisins. So, hiding it in powdered sugar. We put cranberry syrup. And we have the green and the red, just like the sweat switch. ♪ I have green pajamas ♪ you have christmas pajamas. It's red. It's green. It's holiday relaxing. The presents are open. Everybody eat. You can get the recipes from our website, goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo! And check out mario on "the

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