This is really good and I'm happy I made it. I don't think it needs ANY salt added to it. I know the recipe says (to taste). I'm usually heavy handed with the salt shaker, but this was too much even for me. Sausage and cheese are both salty to begin with and each person can add salt to their serving, if desired. It took 30 minutes to cook, but if you don't want runny yolks (I love runny yolks) you can cook it longer. Also, you can shorten the cooking time by baking at 375°F for about 12 minutes or to desired doneness. I served it over toasted English muffins halves (gluten-free from Kinnikinnick), but it would be great over hash browns, too. We had it for breakfast, but it would make a fine (breakfast for) dinner!
This is a very interesting recipe Miss Annie. May I ask what you meant by "plenty of muffins or toast and serve on top"? I personally thought this recipe was lacking something; potatoes, maybe the muffins or toast you mentioned. But, everyone in my family up to my grandparents said it was a keeper. Hmm. I think if I make this again, I will put a pin hole in the yokes to have them "smooth out", instead of biting into a whole yolk. BTW - this took over an hour to cook.
Very Good breakfast. I did add mushrooms and peppers on top of the sausage. Put the toast down first and then topped with the casserole.
This is a winner. I am so going to do this with additions, different cheeses, and so on. Thanks for a great recipe that has so many possibilities to explore.
This is really good. I did use light sour cream and turkey sausage links chopped up. I did not add salt as someone else mentioned. Made it for my sister and husband and they both enjoyed it. Definitely best over toast. I will be making again.
Made this for a birthday brunch counting on the leftovers for a simple supper. There weren't any. Italian turkey sausage and yogurt cheese rather than sour cream were used.
This was good. I used morning star farms sausage and added some dill to the sour cream mixture. I also put some fresh chives on top. Everyone loved it! Thanks for posting.
This was eggs-cellent!! We had this for dinner and it came out so wonderful...I did cook mine about 35 minutes to set the yolks as I don't care for runny yolks, and served over toasted English muffins halves. I might try to half it next time, as it made alot for just two of us, but this recipe is pretty darn close to perfect! Thanks Miss Annie, we will be making this again and again!