Servings: 6 to 8
The bell peppers, onion, ham, and cheese in this dish call to mind a Denver omelet. But instead of serving the hash browns on the side, they’re combined with the egg for an easy, hearty breakfast bake.
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Made one tray following the recipe, another with slice artichoke hearts instead of ham. Both a huge success. Had all the chopping done the night before, got up in the morning and prepared it. A winner, for sure.
This is a great recipe for a group. My family really enjoyed the flavors. I used sweet potato and chorizo when I made it the second time. Delicious! Saving this one for sure.
I used 1/4 tsp red pepper flakes — it was not too much, I could have doubled that. Mine was done at 50 mins, 210 on my instant read thermometer. Prep was a bit more than I anticipated, but the end result was well worth it — my family and I really enjoyed this. I also liked the fact that I could prep it all before they woke up and just pop it in the oven when I first saw them — so I could spend time with them rather than cooking. I liked it better without Cholula on top, because it has just a hint of sweetness to it. The rest of my family preferred it with the hot sauce. This will definitely be a go to for special family breakfasts/get-togethers in the future. The leftovers are cut up into large squares, and I’m anticipating they’ll do well in the microwave for breakfasts this week. Thanks for such a great recipe!
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