11 Reviews

I tripled the recipe for a Breakfast Potluck. Cook time was a little longer but it turned perfect and a great hit.

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Rick C. April 06, 2015

What a nice creamy frittata! Made as posted. Appreciate recipes that use ingredients that I have on hand, and are posted in correct order. Love the green chiles in it! Thanks GW!

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WiGal October 08, 2012

I scaled this back for 3 and the DM and I had a wonderful pig out and between us gobbled it all up. For the DM's sake I omitted the chillies and had to use a cheddar cheese as monterey jack is not available in Australia but added a generous serve of freshly ground pepper to the mix and sprinkled a smokey paprika on the top before popping into a 175C fan forced oven for 25 minutes. It was like eating a cross between a cheesey omelette and a soufle, delicious, thank you Galley Wench, made for Went to the Market.

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I'mPat July 17, 2010

What a great recipe. Put everything in an 8 x 8 pan, popped into the toaster oven, and 30 minutes later had a wonderful breakfast. Served it with charro beans, salsa, sour cream, and tortillas. So very good and so glad you shared this one.

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babaweg May 09, 2009

Excellent combination of flavors. I would not change a thing about this recipe. Served this with extra salsa on the side. Thanks GW

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~Nimz~ August 23, 2008

I had printed up this recipe to try, and DH saw it on the counter. I was busy this morning, so he decided to put it together. He forgot to drain the chiles, so he added a little extra flour. Since we are at 5,520 feet, it needed to cook about four or five minutes longer. It was just terrific!! The cheese he used was extremely spicy by itself, but it was apparently tempered by the eggs and cottage cheese because the result was very flavorful but not too spicy for us. Thanks, Galley Wench.

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Tisherself January 10, 2008

This recipe is outstanding! We loved all of the ingredients in this recipe and wouldn't change one thing. The eggs were so delicious, fluffy, and cheesy. What an easy dish to prepare! Thanks so much, Galley Wench. :-)

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Juenessa June 26, 2007

I cut the recipe back to one serving (2 eggs) and because this decreased the size decided to prepare it as an omelete. I put the butter on the pan, medium heat, poured in the egg mixture and covered it with a lid cooked for 5 minutes flipped and cooked it for 1 minute - It turned out perfect. Love the peppers. I often use cottage cheese in my omeletes but this combination of Jack Cheese, chili peppers & cottage cheese made a special Sunday Brunch. Thanks Galley Wench

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Bergy June 24, 2007

We enjoyed this fluffy, yet rich egg dish for a special breakfast. DH thought it was just perfect, but I think I will not use quite as much cheese the next time I make it, as well as more of the canned chilies. One thing I like about this recipe is that since there are only two of us, there are leftovers to reheat the next morning!

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Geema June 21, 2007

We really liked this dish. I think these eggs would be great wrapped in tortilla with salsa; I’m going to try that next time.

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Doc's Mom August 18, 2006
Southwestern Cheesy Eggs