Easy Breakfast Egg Casserole
An easy breakfast recipe is essential to a successful brunch. You can make this tasty casserole the night before, and just pop it in the oven the day of your brunch!
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Chef Fabio Viviani uses bagels as breadcrumbs in this egg casserole, creating a richer and more indulgent dish to enjoy. 
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The easiest way to serve up a crowd for brunch is with an egg casserole, and chef Fabio Viviani's loaded with vegetables like potato, bell peppers, and mushrooms to make it as healthy for you as it is filling.
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Gyeranjjim (Korean Steamed Eggs)
Gyeranjjim is a popular Korean side dish. It is a custard-like steamed egg casserole. Because it's so simple to make, this is a side dish that I frequently add to a meal at the last minute. Gyeranjjim is a humble and adaptable dish — you can make it just with eggs and scallions or with other chopped vegetables like carrots, onions, and/or zucchini. Shrimp and pollack roe are often added, too. To thin the eggs and enhance the flavor, I use anchovy broth, which is typically used for this dish. But chicken stock, vegetable broth, or even water work as a substitute. This side dish is usually served in a small stone pot (ttukbaegi) in Korean restaurants. Here, I used a regular ramekin.
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For years, I've prepared this filling egg casserole, which is delicious for brunch, in my slow cooker. It's an unusual recipe for this appliance but is welcomed wherever I serve it. Folks always go back for seconds.— Janet Sliter, Kennewick, WashingtonClick here to see more recipe from Taste of Home Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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From The Taste of Carolina Hospitality Cookbook. Janet Churchill, Florence
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rudie
Ingredients: 4 slices bread 1 lb sausage 6 eggs 2 cups milk 1 tsp salt 1 tsp pepper 1 cup grated cheese Tear up bread and place in greased 9x13 pan. Brown sausage and place on top, Add salt and pepper. Beat eggs, add the milk. Pour over bread and ...
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Parents Connect
It's like a big 'ole omelet in a baking dish and it makes plenty for seconds, which is good, 'cause you'll be wanting them.
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SLA
I have been making this egg casserole for 13 years, primarily for Christmas brunch gatherings. It includes eggs, bread, cheese and sausage. It also works great with bacon.
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Mrs.jami
I tasted this at a home and garden show hosted at a friend's house. I loved it so much I had to snag the recipe!! Hope you enjoy!
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Kira'sMommy
A great brunch or company breakfast casserole.
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Mille®
Recipe by the Honourable Sam Johnson, U.S. Representative, Texas
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