I made this family style in a large skillet since there are only two of us. I did not expect DH to care for it since it called for a lot of tomatoes and he isn't always a fan. The more he ate, the more he liked and finished up by saying "you could make that again!" High praise from a man who is a self-professed mater-hater! Thanks for a great recipe!
Loved this recipe; I cut it down to serve 3, and left out the peas - I would have loved them in it but the others wouldn't have touches it. Served with home made biscuits, hot coffee and fresh juice. Makes a great company breakfast with such a wide variety of flavors. I'll be back later to post my photo. Made for ZWT-8 Pick a Pepper Challenge.
Awesome recipe. Easy to put together & really enjoyed the flavours. I increased the sausage & ham abit. I didn't have individual casseroles so I used a rectangular casserole dish. I made small impressions & broke 1 egg in each area. Tasty recipe, thanks for sharing.
This was enjoyed for lunch today. I made exactly as stated except no pimento. I wasn't to sure about the aspargus in this, but it turned out quite good. Paired with some berries on the side.
Made this for breakfast for 4 of us the other day & made a couple of minor (I thought) changes ~ I used 1/4 lb of the chorizo sausage AND 1/4 lb of a spicy Italian sausage, & then, added some of the smoked paprika that a friend of mine encouraged me to use! We all loved the combo of meats AS WELL AS the veggies in this dish, & all agree you deserve 5 stars for ONE GREAT DISH! [Tagged, made & reviewed while touring Spain with ZWT5]
Reduced the recipe down to a serving for two. Made with a pattie of Chorizo (Mexican Sausage) (which I keep in the freezer), but left out the ham. Also added smoked paprika to the mix. DELICIOUS! Thanks Lynette! Made for ZWT 5.
Delicious breakfast this! I scaled down to 2 servings and we loved it. My mother-in-law has never had anything like it and she thought it was great (this from a 90-year-old Greek woman who has never had anything un-Greek, excpet for pizza.LOL) Loved the combo of flavours. Instead of ground red pepper, I used Spanish pimenton (smoked paprika), which is ground DRIED red pepper, afterall, and I'm wondering if this is the actual ingredient you mean, breezermom?