this is an excellent skeleton recipe!; with that I do add my own ways. 1.)- I use ten eggs instead of 6- making the dish more larger and denser. 2.) I use about 3/4 cup Jenni O turkey ham, cubed vs. bacon strips. 3.) I spruce it up with my own veggies- including diced green bell peppers and red pepper flakes. FINALLY, (here's the kicker), I add pillsbury crescent rolls as a topper. In the last 15 minutes of baking, save 1/2 cup of cheese from the recipe and top the casserole with the remaining cheese, then lay 1/2 the can of unrolled crescent dough to the top of the dish- leaving air pockets for breathe. This may seem like a lot of work, but it serves for a delicious dish- I've made it several times and it's a favorite in our house! Little note, the cooking time bumps up to 45-60 minutes- the extra eggs really add for extra time. The casserole center needs to be solid before the crescent topper is added. No one wants a runny center!
Was this review helpful?
0 users found this review helpful
this is an excellent skeleton recipe!; with that I do add my own ways. 1.)- I use ten eggs...