Total TimePrep: 10 min. + chilling Bake: 55 min.
Have not made this as of yet, company this weekend, will make it then. However, seen the comments that some people think it was too bland, others add green chiles for some flavor (great idea). However, as my wife and I are both retired and we spend equal time in the kitchen, whenever we see recipes similar to this, using frozen hash browns, and "bland" comments attached, we always ask ourselves-why not substitute the shredded hash browns and for potatoes O'Brien? This switch has never failed us. But, being that my family loves spicy foods, will add the green chiles as well. Thanks, Nancy, for the recipe!
I do one like this but put bake beans in as well so good
To S.C.319 there’s obviously a problem with your oven. No other reviewer had that problem. Too bad to leave bad reviews due to your inept cooking skills.
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Good recipe. I substituted sausage and doubled the cheese, which I changed to pepper jack; I also used red onion because these were on hand.
I used Cheddar Cheese instead of Monterey Jack & substituted pork sausage in place of the ham. Our family thought it had more flavor
Cooking time aeems to be an issue. I don't get up early enough to let things sit for 1/2 hour and then bake for another hour plus. Cooking this in muffin tins helps solve that problem. I'm still working on the timing.
Good recipe, but next time will double the sweet onion, the cheese
Yum! I made this for dinner after letting it sit all day in the refrigerator. I didn't have green onions so used diced yellow onion, and added a can of green chilies. I served it with a side of pico de gallo and topped it with just a dab of fat free Greek yogurt. Served with a nicely dressed salad, this made a perfect dinner.
Made it twice. Modified the 2nd time. Doubled the fresh cracked pepper. Added cumin and smoked paprika about 1/2 tsp each. Delicious.