Recipe by JEANIE BEAN
"A family favorite that can be prepared the day before and baked the next morning."
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2 3/4 cups
salt and pepper to taste
Swiss cheese, shredded
dry bread crumbs
Awesome! I have never had to pass out so many recipies. I added two cups of bread cubes, for the same reason some have stated before and I added my secret scrambled egg ingredient...two tablespoons of whatever mustard you like. It doesn't taste mustardy at all but give the eggs such a depth of flavor! Its good reheated too. Love this and my boys are already begging for me to make more!
we are very disappointed with this recipe. i wanted to use up some swiss cheese i had on hand and thought this would be a nice change for a dinner. first, it took much, much longer to prepare than stated and i even had my husband helping me. second, it called for too much cheese. maybe half the amount and change the type to mozzarella and it would be better? third, the bread crumbs on top made for a strange texture. all in all, it was edible. and i'm very disappointed since the ingredients aren't exactly cheap. all the 5 star ratings were very misleading on this one.
I make this dish quite frequently & it is wonderful! To simplify things I use a can of real bacon bits & use sliced cheese when I don't have shredded on hand.
Served this at a ladies' brunch and it received rave reviews!
I wanted to serve this to a group of 40 people so I tried it out first for a small brunch. Everyone really liked it but thought a little kick would make it even more delicious. I will serve Tabasco on the side. I also added a little more bread, less cheese and added green onions. I am also going to do a sausage one for the group I'm serving.
This was really wonderful but I didn't use as much cheese. I really liked fixing it the night before.
This is just an awesome recipe. I made 2 days ahead and it was fine. Couple of tips....recipe calls for 16 oz of swiss. I used 6 oz and it was plenty. Also, double the bread as suggested by others. I covered with foil while baking. Finally, next time I make I will definitely cut way back on the butter.
Very tasty. Takes longer to prepare than indicated in the recipe, though. For instance, I grated the cheese instead of buying it pre-grated. Also, I don't have a pan that can cook a pound of bacon all at once so cooking it in batches makes for a longer preparation time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Swiss Cheese Scramble
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 707
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