6 Reviews

Great ingredients but came out too soft. I did add 2 extra pieces of bread after reading Loof's review just to make sure it wasn't soft. You don't need to add any milk because there was plenty of liquid; I will reduce the liquid just a tad next time. ZWT9 made for the Gourmet Goddesses July 2013

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Ck2plz August 05, 2013

Tasty and good! Next time I will play around with it a bit, but it was tasty just as it was! Sorry for the late review in honor of your Football Pool win!

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DeniseBC December 23, 2010

This is an easy and tasty casserole! I loved the ham with the asparagus and mushrooms. To me my bread wasn't thin sliced but the casserole came out softer than I expected so I'll add a couple of extra slices next time. I did add a little garlic powder as you suggested but I agree that no salt was needed. Thanks for posting your recipe!

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loof January 04, 2010

A conventional, but dandy bake! It lends itself wonderfully to improvisation. I added garlic flakes and sundried tomatoes. Didn't have enough bread, so I added an extra egg. It came out a bit soft, but not runny. And very, very yummy! Thanks, twissis!

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ChiefWright April 09, 2009

I wish that I had come across this delicious recipe a long, long time ago! I have made it three days in a row now since the family asked for it repeatedly. My bake seems to be more solid than the photo so I chose to make it as a nourishing "breakfast-on-the-go" slice. With this recipe, the possibilities are endless for meat and vegetable combinations, however, the Icelandic way is exceptionally good. Thank you, Twissis, for an excellent recipe.

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Bokenpop aka Madeleine April 16, 2007

Oh~twissis, thanks for introducing this dish from Iceland! We are eating this for our "Sunday supper" as it is known on the farm, and what a family pleaser! The only changes were very slight~I had fresh asparagus, fresh mushrooms, and a nice fresh ham slice. I briefly cooked the ham slice in a small amount of maple syrup, brown sugar, etc. and used some the asparagus water to soften the bread I made into pieces. My husband is in heaven! This will be very popular for many Sunday's to come, as well as Saturday lunches on the farm. Thank you so much, twissis!

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm April 01, 2007
Icelandic Asparagus & Ham Bake