Delicious - I like to eat them with some salsa on the side. I just mixed everything together and poured it in the dish and then sprinkled some Parmesan cheese and baked for 30 minutes. It only takes minutes to whip these little yummy snacks up! Thanks Mirj.
I just tried these for lunch with Chicken Tacos and a green salad. I mixed everything together before pouring into the Baking dish. Magnificent!I can't wait to try it with Jalapeno Jack cheese. Thanx!
These are tasty little beasties! I used a combination of Jack and Cheddar cheese. The only modification I will do is mix the cheese with the chilis and them put in the pan....too many of the tasty little guys stayed in the pan! This was a big hit at work and I woll do them again and again!
One of the glories of this website is that no matter what kind of dietary hell you are putting yourself through, you can easily find recipes to help you through it. This is one that fits my Dr.Bernsteins diabetes no carb diet perfectly. Very delicious, not to mention portable and convenient too! I used dried chiles which I re-hydrated, only because I couldn't find the canned ones in my little local supermarket. Thanks, Mirj, ya done good!!
All of my guys loved this. I can't believe how easy this was to make and the amazing taste and texture. I think next time I will add some crumbled bacon or sausage to it. Thanks for posting this recipe.
What an easy and yummy recipe! I threw it all together and served it to hubby for breakfast. He's on Atkin's and this was a nice change from the usual cheese omelete. The green chilis are mild, which was good for breakfast.
Hot and cheesy, yum! Also flourless.
Simple and delicious as is. Great low carb recipe. I have subbed cheddar for mont. jack, added crumbled cooked hot sausage jalapenos and green onions to make it a very substantial start to the morning.
I thought this looked really good. I made it as directed but it seemed to me that there were not enough eggs. So, I used a total of 8. The resulting dish was tasty but it was only about a quarter of an inch thick and a bit too chewy. I took it to a pot-luck and wound up bring most of it home. I think I may try to make it again but use a whole dozen eggs.