I've been making this for years. The first time, I made it for our office & used spicy pork sausage...it was a hit so I've used it every since. I have also made it with chopped canadian bacon and chopped, fully cooked link sausages such as smoked sausage or polish kelbasa. I have also added chopped onions &/or bell pepper to the pork sausage while browning too. I have never used ground beef but I think it would be good if you seasoned it very well. I have always said I am going to make it with several meats together, but just haven't done it yet. Hint, always use large size croutons (texas style) & the bottom will be more crusty and makes it easier to serve.
It has since become my favorite to make for families when there is a death in the family. Everyone always takes food, drinks, desert but breakfast is often forgotten. Put it in a tin, cover with foil, and write the hitting directions on it and deliver. I also not on the foil that it reheats very well after cooking. For large families, I will usually make two and just do a different meat in each one in order to change it up. You don't have to pick up your dish later, and they can throw the tin away after consuming.
Great recipe that you can easily alter to meet different needs & taste! Try it!
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I've been making this for years. The first time, I made it for our office & used spicy pork...