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I love this recipe. I did find that you need to lower the temperature because 425 for 20 minutes causes the crescent rolls to burn. I baked it at 425 for the first five minutes like the directions say, but then turn it down to 350 for 30 minutes. Comes out just right.

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cconley April 21, 2009

Tastes good. I would recommend greasing the baking dish if you use crescent rolls, I didn't the first time because the pack I used said that they were to be baked on an ungreased pan and it stuck to the bottom a little bit. My oven is a little hot, I think, so I bake at a lower temp for a little bit longer. Also tastes good with cheddar.

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TMomofone January 09, 2007

I used the crescent rolls instead of the pie crust. Everyone asked for seconds. The swiss cheese flavor is really good. I'm thinking that you could probably add 1 or 2 more eggs to the egg mixture and get a little bit of a higher egg layer on it. But the recipe turns out perfect as written, also. Thanks for posting it.

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Marie Nixon December 24, 2005

We enjoyed this casserole very much. I would add an extra egg next time. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn January 14, 2014

This was a great dish, we had it for dinner. After reading the reviews, I did add an extra egg for the added height. This was so good, there was none left! So much for breakfast the next morning, LOL! I did use pie crust instead of the creasent rolls. I think both would be good so next time I will try the cresent rolls. I did have to bake longer but I think this might be due to the extra egg and the oven variances.

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Griffin_1012 August 14, 2007
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