Saturday, October 18, 2008

Recipe of the week- green chile breakfast casserole



So since I love to cook- I've decided to add a recipe of the week day to my blog.  Feel free to copy any of these recipes and let me know how you liked em.  Happy Cooking!

This is one of my husband's favorite breakfast recipes and it's got lots of options depending on what your family likes.

Green Chile breakfast casserole
Ingredients:
12 eggs
6 fresh roasted green chiles or if you don't have these where you live you can use canned green chile- 1 large cans or 3 small cans + 2 finely chopped jalapenos  
1 block Neufantel cheese (or 1/3 less fat cream cheese) softened
1lb turkey sausage (or if you must, pork sausage)
3/4 cup colby jack shredded cheese 
salt and pepper to season

*options... meat can be left out as well as the jalapenos (but if you're using canned green chile you'll really need something to give it a little spice)

Preheat oven to 350  and spray a large casserole dish with Pam
1. Brown sausage on stovetop and drain off fat.
2. Blend 12 eggs with cream cheese,  shredded cheese, a dash of salt and pepper, and chiles on medium low with hand mixer or stand mixer
3.  Add in sausage and pour into casserole
4. Bake for 30-40 minutes... until eggs are firm and casserole starts to brown 
5.  Allow to cool for about 5-10 minutes and serve plain or with salsa.





4 comments:

Jeremy said...

gosh I miss your cooking Amanda!!!!

~*BeRRY LoVeR*~ said...

Hello! I found your recipe on a google search. I'm making a dish for MOPS and hope you don't mind me borrowing yours...It looks great!

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