Recipe by BOUNTY
"Really tasty, my family and friends like it so much. Very flexible - by skipping the eggs it changes to a vegetarian dish. For those who like hot flavor and spicy food, it's great to add jalapeno pepper or cayenne. Good appetite."
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green bell pepper, finely chopped
medium tomatoes, diced
salt and pepper to taste
ground cumin to taste
1 (15 ounce) can
lima beans, drained
chopped fresh parsley
butter, cut into pieces
Absolutly delicious. It was so simple to prepare. I would make it again, but beat the eggs together in a bowl and then pour it over the dish, instead of cracking the eggs on top. I also added a little taco seasoning to make it a bit more flavourful.
Very tasty! I just kept everything in the frying pan when I added the eggs, and put the lid on the pan instead of transferring to the oven. It worked great, and there was one less dish to wash!
Thought this was really good and hearty. I used less oil and skipped the butter at the end all-together. Also, added some chili powder, used black and pinto beans, and subbed spinach for the parsley at the end. Have also added chopped up ham steak too. Clearly, very easy to modify. Good and good for ya'!
Thought this was very good. I added cayenne pepper. I used great northern beans instead of lima beans. I served it for Easter because I was looking for something not at all sweet to balance the Easter Morning candy buzz.
This is good, and so healthy! I added green onions to the veggie mix and sprinkled some cheddar just before adding the eggs (made the top get nice and crispy), so therefore skipped the butter. Also, I took the advice of one person and mixed the eggs together before pouring. I'll make it again but with black beans, which I think would be tastier. Oh, I also added cayenne pepper for a little extra kick, and I think it might be bland without it. The dish did come out just a bit dry, maybe I cooked it a little too long- so I ate it with ketchup. Good stuff, thank you Bounty!
Really very easy and tasty! Wasn't expecting too much but was pleasantly surprised. I didn't have any cumin on hand so I substituted taco seasoning mix. It turned out to be incredible! Plus, it helps if you caramelize the onions - really adds a nice depth and sweetness to the dish.
Outstanding. I substituted yellow pepper for green pepper and I used pinto beans intead of lima beans. Truly easy and delicious and a big hit.
Really unique and good recipe. I added a couple teaspoons of chili powder to it, and sauteed the veggies for a bit less time than called for. Even the meat-loving husband liked it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Veggie-Bean Brunch Casserole
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 198
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