"Serve with toast and fresh fruit and you have a first-class brunch meal." — Michele O'Sullivan
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shredded Cheddar cheese
1 (5 ounce) can
ground dry mustard
1 to taste
salt and pepper to taste
I was desperate for something quick for a brunch!! I choose this recipe because everything I needed was already in my fridge or the spice cabinet. Able to get it in the oven before guests arrive. IT WAS A HIT! Even my two year old ate it (he never eats eggs).
This recipe was OK. It didn't have much flavor. I tried it a second time and added bacon,onions and a little hot german sausage for some extra flavor. The amout I used varied to suit the taste buds! It was pretty good the second time around! :)
I added onions, peppers, mushrooms, and sausages to this and although I am not a egg eater, my family LOVED IT!!! I gave it a four bc I added to it!
When I was searching for this recipe, I was really looking for an "idea" that I could expand upon, using the ingredients I had. This worked great. The changes I made were:
1. I used individual ramekins so each brunch guest had his/her own dish.
2. I put some cubed leftover garlic bread in the bottom of each dish.
3. After pouring in the eggs, I added a small handful of canned mushrooms.
4. I baked them in a 350 oven, and then broiled them to finish with a nice brown top.
Everyone loved them. I think the combination of the eggs and the evaporated milk worked really well.
Next time I will try some onions in it.
VERY easy and a big hit! I had to use moz. cheese instead of the cheddar and it made it nice and mellow. I also reduced the number of egg yolks by half and it still turned out great.
i am not an egg eater but these are very good, and even though I can cook eggs however the family wants them they have asked for these the last few times. I am making them again today and will take the suggestion of adding the bacon and mushrooms to them. Thanks for an easy recipe the whole family enjoys.
I tried this recipe for my husbands prayer group and it was a big hit! It was easy to put togther and serve.I'll keep making this one for a long time to come. Thanks again!
This dish was awesome!
I've made it for dinner a few times and I'm always asked to make it again! Will definately share this dish with my friends and family!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 163
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