This was a great side dish but I wanted a little more flavor. I think the bread you choose will make a big difference in this recipe. I used plain white bread. I think I might add some garlic next time. I halved the recipe and still had enough for 2-3 more servings. I baked this at 350 degrees for 30 minutes and I think I'll bake it another 5 or 10 minutes to get a good set on the eggs next time. This recipe has great potential for us. thanks for sharing. Made for PRMR :)
Yummy!!! I made this for one serving in a small cassrole dish for my lunch today!! Made it as written except that I did first sauteed the onions for a bit in a little bit of butter to get rid of the crunch. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for PRMR Tag!!!
This was surprisingly good even though the ingredients were very simple. I used more milk instead of cream and sliced and sauteed the onions before adding them. It was also very easy. I will be making this a lot from now on.
Loved it, great comfort food!
WHAT A WONDERFUL COMFORT KIND OF DISH! I couldn't imagine 'onion pudding' but there it is, & it all came together very nicely, too! I did use a very crusty & nutty whole wheat bread (the recipe just seemed to call for that!) & was pleased with the result! Thanks for sharing this great recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
I really enjoyed this. I used wheat bread with whole grains and also sauted the onions. I made this vegan with vegan butter, dairy-free cheese, Ener-g egg replacement, dairy-free creamer and soy milk, and it turned out great! I also topped with a little bit of Tony's for some spice. Thanks!!!
Delicious: a great blend of flavours; and very easy to make. I used low-fat cream and milk but regular cheese, minced my onion together with some garlic and used slices of a tasty honey and soy bread, crusts left on. We enjoyed this with weekend cooker's Super Baked Spaghetti Pie. I doubled the recipe, and for us this easily made six serves; what we haven't eaten is in the freezer. Portion sizes and what you are eating with this will, of course, determine how many serves this makes. Thank you for posting yet another super recipe, Noo! :) Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.
Wowie!! DH and I loved this! I was going to saute onions first but forgot to do. I suppose the onion was a tad crunchy, but it did not bother us. A person could nuke them a wee bit I imagine but as I said we thought it was fine just as is. I had cream that I just wanted to be done with so used that instead of the skim milk we drink. I made a half batch which was quite filling for the two of us. What a wonderful vegetarian meal, too. Fairly thrifty also. I am emailing this one out. Thanks Noo for a keeper. This would also be good with Swiss cheese. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag.
Made for 123 tag. This is yummy!I used crust on bread and like Karen I would likely saute the onions a touch next time...it was delicious with Peppered Beef With Caramelised Onions
I made the recipe a bit bigger, to serve my family, probably about half again. I used brown bread, not realising earlier that we were out of white, and I left the crusts on, my dad always had a big thing about eating your crusts! So mine was a more 'rustic version'! We enjoyed it very much, again, DH particularly liked this, I think it reminded him of something his mum used to make! I loved it, I like savoury bread puddings. Next time though, I think I will gently sautee the onions beforehand, just to take the crunch off .. I like them crisp, but I know DD would have preferred them softer. Super supper dish, thanks, Noo!