Recipe by Bryan Armbruster
"This tasty treat is quick and easy to make. Jalapeno peppers are baked into a cheese blend. Sausage or ham may be added to the mixture. It can be made ahead of time and frozen."
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2 1/2 cups
shredded Mexican-style cheese
pickled jalapeno slices
I added left over sausage or bacon.
Not bad, but it definitely needs salt and pepper. I also whisk a splash of milk into the eggs to make them a little lighter and fluffier. To make it more of a meal, I add some browned and drained chorizo sausage. Good stuff. Thanks, Bryan!
Super simple to make & such a huge hit with everyone who tried it.
I did modify it a tad. I used 6 eggs instead of just 4. I also thought that adding meat was a great idea, so I cooked up some ground turkey with taco seasoning mix. Delicious!
This one is definitely a keeper.
This was a great quick n' easy recipe. My husband loves jalapenos and it was hard to find something that I could make quickly. He and his friends inhaled this souffle. I did end up using only 7 ounces of jalapenos and added 1/2 pound of sausage. I tried to make it less spicy so I could enjoy it as well, but even with the less jalapenos, it was still four-alarm!! Great...will definitely make this again!
I'm very happy with this - it's flexible and makes a tasty, easy brunch for me - actually I'm eating it for dinner right now! Wanted something light but spicy. I love jalapenos and cheese, so gave this a shot. This is actually not a souffle, but more of a quiche. I like this better because the quiche allows me to freeze or reheat leftovers to bring for breakfast at work. I used a greased 2 qt souffle mold, 4 jumbo sz eggs, cheddar cheese, and only 7 oz can of jalapenos. That was enough to put plenty of jalapeno in every bite. Suggest adding eggs and/or adjust jalapeno amounts to suit personal tastes.
This is simple and delecious!!! I am making breakfast to take to eat at work, so no picture! I warmed this up then put it on a toasted bagle and today I am goign to put it on some toast!!!
a little bland, but im sure it wouldnt be hard to flavor this up. its a good starting point. a few drops of franks helped.
Good, but mine came out too skinny. I'll add more eggs next time. I chopped the jalapenos & mixed everything together. Good, easy breakfast.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 86
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