5 Reviews

This was fabulous and everyone raved. I used salami as I had no ham or bacon. This made a generous amount and 4 people ate well. DS took recipe printout home even !!

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katew January 13, 2012

Delicious! I made this for breakfast and everyone raved over it. There are so many fabulous flavors going on in this dish - gouda, asiago, bacon, and artichokes - no wonder everyone loved it. I used a smoke gouda (which I think is a must), and artichoke bottoms instead of hearts (they're less woody and my preference in cooking). I baked this in a 7x11" dish for 45 mins. Served with sour cream and salsa, although neither were needed as it was so good by itself. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper! *Made for Aus/NZ swap #20*

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Bayhill September 10, 2008

Wow -- this is great! This will be wonderful served at my next brunch buffet. I made it exactly as written, and including not cooking the bacon first -- was I supposed to cook it first? If so, at least I used smoked bacon!

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mersaydees February 24, 2008

The basic recipe is really really good. I would do away with the flour though. It kind of left a pasty after-taste. VERY good though. I think I would make this for breakfast! We really enjoyed it, next time will skip the flour and cook it a little longer.

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CandyTX February 23, 2008

We really enjoyed this...bacon, eggs, cheese, shallots....OH YEAH!

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Elmotoo February 22, 2008
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