Oh yum! I made this today for our Sunday Brunch. I made the egg mixture up with the cheese and ham and parsley and poured it in the pan. I then added the peppers and onion to only half the pan, since kids don't like them. I just patted it down into the egg mixture and it worked perfectly. I love omelets but don't like standing there making them so this is a great alternative. THank you for sharing this with us.
This was excellent. Did not have a 9" square pan so I used 7 x 11 and it was perfect. Baked for 25 minutes. The only thing is, it served only five rather than 6-8. I'm going to make this for a party of 14 coming up and I'm trying to figure out how many pans it'll take. Great recipe!
One of the best egg recipes I've ever made and tasted.
I love how there is no real seasoning, but it is packed with flavors.
Thank you for sharing!!
This is a wonderful crustless quiche! It served 6, but most were a bit hung over as it was New Year's Day breakfast, so they didn't eat much. I baked it in a larger pan - 9" x 13" glass dish - so it got done in a timely manner. I do think the directions for baking time are off, as it did take longer than specified even in the bigger pan. The top did not get brown like in some of the photos. I suspect those were cooked in a smaller pan and needed more oven time to set in the middle. I may make this in a crust sometime, as it would be a nice quiche filling also. Everyone enjoyed it, and hubby and I had seconds - didn't want any of the good stuff to go to waste! I really liked being able to make it the night before!
It doesn't get any easier than this! I'm a self-proclaimed awful egg maker and can definitely not make omelets. When I saw this no-fuss option, I gave it a go! Followed this recipe exactly but used an 8x8 glass dish and had to cook it about 15 minutes longer to get the middle to set enough. I was expecting my 4 and 6 year old to hate this...but both had 2 helpings! Next time I may try adding sausage or something as well. Wonderful and the eggs came out PERFECT!
This was very good! My toddlers didn't care much for it and picked out the ham and ate that only. The other 5 of us enjoyed it very much. I loved the fact that it can be made ahead of time and then thrown in the oven the next morning while I get myself ready for the day. No slaving over the stove! Yeah! I had to make changes due to ingredients on hand. I used skim milk (not half-and-half) and green onions (no green peppers or minced onion). I did not use parsley either. We did have a little left over so my husband put it between toasted english muffins and he really liked that as well. Thanks for this wonderful dish!
I come back to this recipe every Easter when I usually cook brunch for about 15 people. This year it's only 2 of us, but the recipe will be just as good. I will be serving mine with hash browns, fresh strawberries, blueberries, banana and yoghourt, along with orange juice and tea.
This was fantastic! I was looking for a new way to make omelets and this is it! Was nice and fluffy, I added hashbrowns and bacon as well and just delicious! Took a few minutes longer to bake because I overstuff mine but just perfect. Thanks for the post!
Easy and great flavor. I made half a recipe, but used red pepper. Mine took a little less time. Served with Marmalade Rye Bread A-B-M. Wonderful breakfast.
I have never been able to make a traditional omelet but this is a breeze. I loved the texture, light, fluffy and moist. I made it just as indicated since western omelets are my favorite. Next time I may try bacon or sausage. Mine took 30 minutes, at 25 min the very middle was not quite set. Will be making this often. Thanks for sharing MizzNezz.