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I used Jennie-O extra lean turkey bacon, 3/4 grams fat per slice instead of sausage. VERY bacony taste. Spread a layer of Pace Picante salsa on top. It's even better the next day for breakfast. Oh, I forgot, add a couple pinches of dried chili flakes.

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Clifford Boren December 09, 2002

Guests raved when I served this for New Year's brunch. I browned the sausage and mushrooms before adding to casserole and used plain hash browns (m-in-law hates onions).

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Amy020 January 02, 2003

My kids really liked this, they came back for more. Easy to make. Thank-you.

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happymommy February 20, 2007

Yep...a great brekky dish. Used sliced kransky sausages in this with a little dash of tabasco...yummmmmm

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robyn win May 18, 2006

Good casserole, especially as I had been looking for something that included hash browns. Personally, I would up the eggs from 6 to 8 as I thought it was a bit dry and done well ahead of the 1 hr. baking time.

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LorenLou July 14, 2003

Great weekend breakfast.

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karen in tbay April 02, 2003

Awesome brunch casserole. Very easy to make. I used extra hot Owens sausage that I cooked, crumbled and drained beforehand. WOW, what flavor!! I made this for the day after Christmas brunch. Everyone loved it and wanted the recipe. I certainly obliged. Thanks Beaner in Washington.

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jerri822 January 02, 2003

Perfect for a nice hearty weekend breakfast, and the leftovers can be reheated at work.

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Mary Ellen Watson September 15, 2002
Brunch Eggs