Gm, I have really gotten behind on a few Recipes that I tried both last week and this week. So I thought I'd do a combo on a few of them just so I can catch up. And it will also keep other posts from getting bumped away too quickly.
Both recipes are Rosies.
The first one I made on Saturday. I made just 1/2 of the recipe and it carried over to cover 2 meals as we again enjoyed it on Sunday.
This recipe is very light. Even though this recipe contains Hash browns. It's nice and spicy and just slightly cheesy. Difently Not on the eggy side. Now the texture is very interesting and hard to really pinpoint an opinion of ~ My take is that is is a cross between a Crepe & a Quiche, But leaning more toward the crepe.
Very interesting how the potatos really break down of mend into the mixture of meat,& veggies. By taking on an almost mashed texture. Once I added the milk,eggs and bisquick mixture is added to the dish. It's done. Not the least bit time consuming.
Once I poured the topping part over the casserole,I took a fork and kind of pushed the liquid mixture through the bottom layer so that it got some distribution. That it would not make the top ,to top heavy. I also did the same with the cheese. And I think there is room to bump this one up a wee notch If desired.. Just by switching out he cheeses. A Mexican would be a good choice and for ther Hotties ~ A pepper jack would be nice. Still the cheddar did its job by added the finishing touchs as it normaly does to a recipe.
This would make a great brunch item. And a make ahead would work very well.
Thanks Rosie, This really is an
Impossibly Easy Breakfast Bake ( crowd size)
2 packages of bulk pork sausage
1 medium bell pepper, chopped (1) cup, Green
1 med onion, chopped. !/2 cup
3 cups frozen hash browns potatoes ( used 1-1/2 cups)
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese (8oz)
1 cup bisquick
2 cups milk
Oven set at 400. Great a 13x9x2" rectangular pan. Used a 8x8 for 1/2 of this recipe .
Cook the sausage, pepper and onions till the sausage is no longer pink. Drain. Place into the prepared pan and add the hashbrowns and 1-1/2 cups of the cheese.
Combine Milk, Eggs and Bisquick. Mix well and pour over the meat mixture. Bake uncovered for 40-45 minutes. Sprinkle with remaining cheese and bake for 1-2 more minutes. Cool 5 minutes. Serves 12
Will add Review #2 Next ~ Janie
This one we had last night and honestly it was perfect ~ I literally threw this one together and you can as well. I just prepared theb base then added the small pieces of dough right before baking .. Being that the mixture was chilled I did warm it up in the oven for a few minutes before addig ths small dough cubes. I had no biscuit dough so I used a pizza dough ~ About a a 1/2 tube Didn't want to over do it. I also had no tomato soup but did have a can of Progresso's tomato bisque ~ That worrked very well. Found a few packets of left over bulk sausage and some ground mneat ~ Combine the two and i really enjoyed having that lttiel bit of sausage in there as it really added to the Taco spice mix that you add to the Mixture. A real nice plus.
The kids will love this one and I dressed it to the limit ~ B y adding some chopped romaine, sour cream slasa and scallions ~ This has to be sounding really great by now !~
Next time you think pizza ~ Go the other route and try a helping of this ~ Its really tastey. Not to spicy and it had enough of the soup base left over to kind of dunk the little baked pizza nuggets in ~
In a smal way this recipe is so much like Chili yet its different !~ One Reviewer suggsted using enchiida sauce intead of the tomato soup . I couldn't agree more and while you're at it add some chopped jalapenos !~ heck bring out all of the big cannons !~ Blast away . That's what so great about casseroles. Whatever alway works. Rosie , I must say even though Mr has Lamb Chops he still had to sample this one !~
Thanks for sharing the recipe sweetie, Its a winner ~ Great for Barbecues !~ I wouldn't hestitate and becaue you add some nice chilled toppings it even great for the summer ~ Not another thing is needed~ Casseroel including a salad on top !~ Now how bad's that !~ Janie
Mexican Bubble Pizza
1-1/2 pounds of lean ground beef. Used way less and used a mixture of both ground beef and sausage
1 package of taco spice mix
3/4 cup of water ( did not use )
1 can tomato soup ( 10-3/4 oz ( my can of soup was larger so I excluded the water ) Progesso Tomato Bisque
1 can of grad biscuits ( 16.3oz)
2 cups of cheddar cheese
2 cups shredded lettuce ( used Romaine)
2 medium tomatoes ( used salsa)
1 cup thick n chunky salsa
1 can of sliced olives, drained
3 green onions, sliced
Oven set at 375.
Cook the beef till done Drain, add taco seasoning, water and the soup mix well. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 3 minutes. Remove from the heat.
Seperate the dough into 8 biscuits then cut each biscuit into 8 small pieces.. Place on top of the hot meat mixture. Stir gently then sppon mixture into a 13x9" ungreased pan.
Bake 18-23 minutes until the sauce is bubbly and the biscuits are browned. Sprinkle with the cheese and return to the oven to melt .
Cut into 8 squares and serve. Top each square with the toppings.
* Becasue I used a larger can of soup I could not cut mine. I just used a big spoon to scoop out the goodies then addressed them with the topping ~ Janie
Taste of Home member since 2004. Taste of Home field Editor since 2009*
Enjoying every Minute.
Gm Janie- Haven't had Breakfast and This sounds great. TY to Rosie for the Recipe and Janie for a Tempting review.~A
Susan-Serving as a Taste Of Home Field Editor since 2009
Sounds yummy~I am going to send this to DS as he does most of the weeke-end cooking for his crowd-size family and I know they will love it!
Thank you Janie for the review and Rosie for the recipe!
Rosie, Sweetie, maybe you can add the great pictures that accompany these wonderful recipes ~ Thanks Janie Gm you two Birdies. Thanks for peeking in ~ Janie
Janie thank you for the review and Rosie thanks for the wonderful recipe
thanks to Janie for the reviews and to Rosie for the recipes :)
"Find something you are passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it" -- Julia Child
Thanks you all for popping in ~ Jolene, I bet Jake would like this one ~
Mine had a little pizza over tone to it because, I used Pizza dough ~ But really even the Bread stick dough would work~ Even your homemade bread dough ~ Janie
Boy, you had some great breakfast eats didn't you young lady. You must have been in heaven since both are a little bit of a splurge for you. Sure wish we could have helped you out with these! Thank-you for such a great review, and to Rosie, don't know how she does it, but finds everybodies favorites constantly.
Gm waves to all the gals!
G m sweetie.Thanks you so much for the great review and suggestions.
DH says breakfast is his favorite meal.
When we were first married all he would have is a cup of coffee and a cigarette.[bad boy]
Both recipes sound great. Thanks so much Rosie gal and thanks Janie for taking the time to give your wonderful reviews.
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