Terrific breakfast casserole! The hashbrowns stay nice and crisp, even after baking with the egg mixture. You'd swear there was more than 4 eggs....the milk really "stretches" the mixture without becomming soggy. I browned my onions in with the sausage. I added salt, pepper and tarragon to the egg mixture. The entire family loved it. Thanx for a great breakfast that we'll enjoy often.
Thanks for the keeper. I am going to only use 4 cups of hash browns next time though, because it was a little too much for me. Also, anyone that is looking at the amount of minced onions with suspicion, don't worry, it was great. The next time I make this, I will let it set over night and reheat the next day. It was even better then. I am going to try and freeze this, then reheat, to check the results. Looks like a good OAMC breakfast to me. A winner. Edit: I froze and reheated this once a week for a month, and the last piece was as good as the first. I'm going to freeze and vacuum seal to see if they last even longer (then I can make bigger batches at a time!). I'll let you know.
This has a slight sweet taste to me that I didn't particularly care for in this kind of dish. I know it was from the evaporated milk and I don't know how to get around that other than using a different kind of milk or adding a bunch of seasonings. I had some fresh sausage that I needed to use and this fit the bill well and it was very easy to prepare. If I make this again I would add spices, for me it needs jazzing up.
This was so yummy and simple! I halved the receipe since it was just hubby and me and added a dash of onion powder to the potatoes and about a 1/2 tsp of dry mustard to the eggs. I couldn't wait for it to get out of the oven and then we devoured it! I already have plans to make it again and add it some mushrooms and maybe some green chilies. Thanks!
Too liquidy. Cooked 55 minutes. Still not firm. Considering pouring off excess b4 the eggs become inedible.
Not the usual hash brown casserole but well worth making. I made this for Christmas morning, it baked while we opened presents. It was tasty, I did like the "crust" of the hash browns, Thank you!
I hadThanks for posting anovamom!! overnight guests and needed a quick tasty breakfast, and this recipe looked promising, since I had all the ingredients to make it. My guests raved about it. It is the best breakfast casserole I have tried. I will be making this recipe again!
This is very yummy! There aren't a whole lot of breakfast casseroles I like, but I really enjoyed this one. It isn't overly eggy. It's easy, too! I will make it over and over. Thank you for sharing!
The hardest part about this dish is waiting for the oven to reach 475* ! I have made this several times, using various types of breakfast meat. Turkey bacon, brown n serve sausages, bulk sausage. Today I am using diced ham. I would suggest following the directions and actually measure out the potatoes--it really works! Thank you anovamom!
I have made this twice now. At Christmas I made it for family and it got rave reviews. Today I made it with Egg Beaters, fat free evaporated milk, and turkey sausage. It was still awesome. I added some salt and pepper to the potatoes, too. This is a keeper for sure.