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These were really good! I don't care for onion so used green pepper instead, and used bacon as the meat. The tarragon was a great herb to use in this, very nice with the swiss cheese. Easy to make too - thanks for posting the recipe!

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loof September 22, 2010

I made these without the meat component, using broccoli instead and they were fabulous. So easy to do and in fact I left DS, aged 26, in charge of cooking them while I went to the gym. I made one dozen in a muffin tray but returned to SIX. That says it all !!! He ate 6 in one hit for breakfast !!!

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katew August 02, 2011

These little delights were absolutely delicious and so pretty with our brunch. We lowered the onion content a bit for personal taste, but followed the rest of the recipe as is. They set up and held together very nicely and looked quite elegant on our plates. The taste is out of this world and I completely agree with the other reviewers that the tarragon, egg, swiss cheese, mushroom, and breadcrumb combination is just terrific! Thanks for the outstanding recipe!

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CookieMonster2323 October 14, 2013

Made these (making as 2 servings) but found to get the tablespoon amounts in the directions I had to double the amount of ham, mushrooms and onions) otherwise these came out beautifully and the DM enjoyed 3 as a dinner with some coleslaw and I heated the other 3 up in the microwave the following morning and she enjoyed for breakfast. Thank you WiGal, made for Make My Recipe - Edition 16. UPDATE just realized in using Australian spoons which are slightly larger than American ones is the reason the measurements were out for me.

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I'mPat November 26, 2011
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