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This made a wonderful brekky for supper. I do that quite often and this fit the bill nicely. A very filling and satisying supper for DH and DS. I did mine in a cast-iron skillet that browned things up nicely. My potatoes took 1/2 hour to fry up, but other than that, the directions were easy to follow and spot on. Made for HolidayTag.
Lovely breakfast. I used hot sausage (I think regular would have been better) and served salsa and sour cream on the side. I cut the recipe in half and still had lots left over for tomorrow breakfast. Made for 123 tag. Thanks for sharing, Jackie.
We made this for breakfast this morning and it was a hit with all! I love using Swiss cheese in anything. This was a great filling breakfast. Thanks for sharing. Made for Newest Zaar Tag.
I too used hash browns (Simply Potatoes) & layered all the ingredients in an 8x8 glass pan, using 6 eggs. I just shoveled it in the over for about 35 min. Very good & since there's just the 2 of us - we have the added bonus of leftovers. I did add a sprinkle of garlic powder too.
Delicious breakfast, I cut it in half and cooked it in a small skillet. I also used frozen shredded hashbrowns and pre-cooked sausage, which really cut down on the cooking time, so start to finish this was ready in 30 minutes. Great recipe, will make again, thanks for sharing!
Wonderful omelet!! I made 1/2 of the recipe and used a combination of 2% cheddar and Swiss cheeses and used sausage links that I sliced thinly. This was made even quicker, as I made baked potatoes for dinner the night before and only ate 1/2 of mine, so just needed to brown and heat through the potatoes once the onions were tender. I used my cast iron skillet and it doesn't have a lid, so once I added the egg and cheese to the potatoes, onions and sausage, I put it in a 350 degree oven for about 20 minutes. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made Rookie Recipe Tag.
this is perfect for those cold winter days and reheats very nicely