What a tasty little dish! I had never heard of this, but I love omelets, salsa and pies so I guessed I would love it! I was right, this is super easy to make and really delicious!
Love it, love it, love it! I had a breakfast for 20 people following my daughters' college graduation and my extended family loves anything salsa so I made two 9x13 pans of it by making 1 and a half times the recipe for each 9x13 pan. I always add a package of cubed ham on top of the salsa before sprinkling the cheese over the top. <br/>For this crowd I made two 9x13 pans of Dutch Babies and one double recipe of the Walker Brothers Apple Pancake #128966 - but with blueberries in one half of the pan and apples in the other. I also had two dozen cinnamon rolls and a huge batch of bacon that we cooked on the grill. The rolls were mostly ignored in favor of the hot egg dishes and the bacon.
This was easy and delicious! I wasn't so sure about it but I ended up really liking it. My guests liked it a lot too. It took about 35 minutes to bake. I used Chi Chi's medium thick and chunky salsa, a bag of shredded mexican cheese, and Breakstone's original sour cream. When it was done I sprinkled it with some garlic powder and pepper. Would definitely make again.
Great tasting omelet. It was quick and easy to make. Thanks so much for posting.
This was good and easy. It took about 35 minutes to bake. I will have fun experimenting with meat and veggies in this recipe. Thanks for a keeper!
WOW! Awesome recipe! This will be a got to form now on at our house. I put a little fire roasted salsa and a dab of sour cream on top. It was one of the best breakfast recipes I've had in a while. This would be a great breakfast for dinner recipe! THANK YOU!
Very yummy & easy. I halved the recipe & still found I needed to bake it about 10 minutes longer than the directions.
Excellent brunch dish! I've made it many times just as written and just today I added chopped cilantro on top to give it more color and it was really good! I love the way it puffs up and looks like a real omelet. BTW- do not add salt to the eggs as all the cheese has a lot of salt in it already.
I scaled the recipe back to two eggs, and baked in a 2-cup casserole dish. I also used all cheddar cheese, because I did not have Monterey Jack . Delicious!
This was awesome. So very delicious. The only change I made was that for the 2 cups of cheese, I used mostly mozzarella and the rest cheddar-jack. (We do NOT like cheddar with our eggs!!!) My problem, however, was that it didn't set up in the center. I had to crank the temperature and leave it in for quite a bit longer. Next time (and oh yes there will be a next time), I'll crank the heat up to 400 or 425. I even tried pulling it out after 30 minutes and nuked it for a minute in the microwave, but that just made the cheese bubble out from the inside,like some crazy model of the earth and the cheese was lava...so back in the oven it went, with the heat cranked up, for about maybe 7 more minutes. Really tasty with some Frank's Red Hot Sauce sprinkled on top. I served it with hashbrowns, the frozen kind in a bag that are cubes, "western" style. Very very tasty!