Potato, Onion, Egg Casserole

"For Mom and Dad."
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  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Spread 1 TBS margarine in a casserole dish. (You can always use less, that's just an estimate).
  • Melt 1 TBS margarine in a skillet and sauté the onions and green bell pepper until desired tenderness.
  • Combine eggs, chicken, cheese, potatoes and seasonings in another bowl.
  • Transfer to greased casserole dish, top with sautéed onions, green peppers, 1/2 cup cheese and parsley. Bake uncovered for 30 minutes.
  • :D Enjoy!

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  1. It was very good :) For the chicken I sauteed it in a about 1/4 cup sweet wine, 1/8 cup of veg oil, tablespoon of worcestershire sauce, teaspoon and a half of rosemary, salt/ pepper, and ~ 1/4 cup of minced garlic and poured that in the mix too. Also I used 3 eggs and a little bit of egg white. I out in a bit more potatoes and carrots to add some bulk to it. It came out great though!!! I think next time ill do more onion and bell pepper, plus add some mushrooms to it and maybe bread crumbs? Its a good meal on a tight budget :) I can't wait to make it again! ( Also the roommates loved it too)
  2. This tasted fantastic! In my opinion this recipe needed more onions and green peppers. So next time I am going to add lots more! This also didn't make very much, I thought it would make more but it didn't. I was feeding a family of 3 and it was hardly enough food. So next time I am going to double the recipe. I also made it with corn bread to add a little more food. Overall it is worth making again.


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