This one is great to take to the office when having a breakfast.
Everytime I've served this I have rave reviews!!
I made this (just as written) last week for a sunday breakfast reception in my sunday school class. I thought this would be great since it was make ahead.... and bake it later. It was ok, I did think it needed a bit more of a seasoning kick, I am a Texas Girl! I'll try some chili powder, or green chili's next time.
Delicious! The only thing I did differently was not refrigerate overnight. Turned out just great! I think 45 minutes might be a tad too long, however, as the top was rather crusty, not my preference.
I made a tex-mex version with salsa and sour cream on the side it was easy & yummy!
My aunt made this at one of our great family vacations!! She also added green peppers, fresh mushrooms and onions. Basically whatever would work in an omlete worked for this dish..I Love It!!!
Great breakfast cassarole. Easy make ahead dish. I have made it a few times now already! I usually make it with maple sausage (my husbands favorite) and I always use wheat bread. It is a delicious breakfast, and we usually eat it with a breakfast bread such as coffeecake/ biscuit/ banana bread and some fruit either a banana or orange juice.
Pennsylvania Dutch or Shakertown, KY--- meets the southwest --- great recipe -- I was out of bread but had flour tortillas, being in Texas -- I used the tortillas like a pie crust -- worked out great--add some salsa @ at the table and wa-la. Next time I'll try corn tortillas for some added flavor---(grease/oil the pan so it doesn't stick)
Easy and good!
Just wondering why the name Pennsylvania Dutch...The original to this can be found in the Shakertown recipe book...Shakertown is in Pleasant Hill, Kentucky...