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Need DCB Breakfast Recipe

Trish in Texas

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Celebrating my folks 60th wedding anniversary. Does anyone have a great breakfast recipe for the DCB?

Trish in Texas
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ChefPaulaB

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I haven't tried this yet, but I found a recipe that is to made in a crock pot and I tried that but it dried out a little too much cooking all night long in the crock pot, so I am planning on making it sometime in the DCB in the microwave...

Layer:
thawed frozen Hashbrowns
breakfast meat (I used ham and it was too dry, would recommend sausage or bacon, precook)
onions or peppers or mushrooms (to taste)
shredded cheese
and then pour beaten eggs over top

Sorry there aren't any amounts or times for microwaving, like I said, haven't actually tried it in the micro, the original recipe called for a dozen eggs and to cook on low all night long in the crock pot. I was also thinking that it might be good if you went a little mexican with it. Add Chorizo with the breakfast sausage and maybe add some salsa and mexican blend shredded cheese. Maybe crumble some crushed tortilla chips on top? And maybe serve with sour cream and salsa! Good luck!
 
Aug 14, 2008
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I haven't tried this yet, but I found a recipe that is to made in a crock pot and I tried that but it dried out a little too much cooking all night long in the crock pot, so I am planning on making it sometime in the DCB in the microwave...

Layer:
thawed frozen Hashbrowns
breakfast meat (I used ham and it was too dry, would recommend sausage or bacon, precook)
onions or peppers or mushrooms (to taste)
shredded cheese
and then pour beaten eggs over top

Sorry there aren't any amounts or times for microwaving, like I said, haven't actually tried it in the micro, the original recipe called for a dozen eggs and to cook on low all night long in the crock pot. I was also thinking that it might be good if you went a little mexican with it. Add Chorizo with the breakfast sausage and maybe add some salsa and mexican blend shredded cheese. Maybe crumble some crushed tortilla chips on top? And maybe serve with sour cream and salsa! Good luck!

Yum! You've got my stomach growling just reading this. I'll bet the Mexican kick would be awesome! I think I'll give this a whirl.
 

ChefPaulaB

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Yum! You've got my stomach growling just reading this. I'll bet the Mexican kick would be awesome! I think I'll give this a whirl.

Let me know how it turns out! I really want to try it, but with it just being DH and I that would eat it, (DD doesn't eat anything "different" and DS is allergic to eggs) I hate to make such a huge thing. Might try it on family dinner night sometime when my oldest son and his fiance are coming, breakfast for dinner is good sometimes! But let me know, please! And maybe keep track of the cooking times so that we don't all have to experiment, TIA!!!
 

pkd09

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I would absolutely LOVE to find recipes that you could do ALL meals in one day in the DCB .... breakfast, lunch, dinner & dessert. What a cookbook that would be!!!!!!!
 

Trish in Texas

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I think this one will adapt well to the DCB.

Trish in Texas
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cwinter474

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Breakfast Omlet Casserole

Layer: thawed frozen Hashbrowns
Any breakfast meat precooked ham, was too dry, would recommend sausage or bacon.
onions or peppers or mushrooms (to taste)
shredded cheese
and then pour beaten eggs over top

Sorry there aren't any amounts or times for microwaving, like I said, haven't actually tried it in the micro, the original recipe called for a dozen eggs and to cook on low all night long in the crock pot. I was also thinking that it might be good if you went a little mexican with it. Add Chorizo with the breakfast sausage and maybe add some salsa and mexican blend shredded cheese. Maybe crumble some crushed tortilla chips on top? And maybe serve with sour cream and salsa! Good luck!


Don't want to post this unless we can come up with some sort of time frame? Paula have you put this together yet? thanks
 

Trish in Texas

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I didn't try any of the recipes. My folks decided not to have anyone cook, since it was technically "a vacation" for all of us. Boy, Bransom was awesome. We stayed in a VRBO. Had the anniversary dinner at the Candlestick Inn. That food was fabulous! Because we were a large group, the event coordinator Donna took great care of us. I highly recommend that place!

Trish in Texas
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ChefPaulaB

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May 19, 2008
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Breakfast Omlet Casserole

Layer: thawed frozen Hashbrowns
Any breakfast meat precooked ham, was too dry, would recommend sausage or bacon.
onions or peppers or mushrooms (to taste)
shredded cheese
and then pour beaten eggs over top

Sorry there aren't any amounts or times for microwaving, like I said, haven't actually tried it in the micro, the original recipe called for a dozen eggs and to cook on low all night long in the crock pot. I was also thinking that it might be good if you went a little mexican with it. Add Chorizo with the breakfast sausage and maybe add some salsa and mexican blend shredded cheese. Maybe crumble some crushed tortilla chips on top? And maybe serve with sour cream and salsa! Good luck!


Don't want to post this unless we can come up with some sort of time frame? Paula have you put this together yet? thanks

No, I really haven't, I just can't seem to make myself make this for just the 2 of us... Keep thinking that there'll be a time when I have to make breakfast for a group.... maybe I'll just have to schedule a group breakfast sometime! I really want to try it though! I'll let you know when I do!
 
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Have you tried this yet? Just wondering how it turned out...

Unfortunately, I haven't been home enough lately to cook much of anything. I start back to work next week and then the students come the next, so my life will fall into a routine so I can plan better. I'm thinking I'm going to try this recipe for supper. We love eating breakfast for supper and this recipe looks like a good one.

I'll let you know when I get a chance to taste-test it.
 

ChefPaulaB

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Unfortunately, I haven't been home enough lately to cook much of anything. I start back to work next week and then the students come the next, so my life will fall into a routine so I can plan better. I'm thinking I'm going to try this recipe for supper. We love eating breakfast for supper and this recipe looks like a good one.

I'll let you know when I get a chance to taste-test it.

I know what you mean, I feel like I've been on a dead run lately and no end in sight! I need to get off the computer right now and go do errands and get stuff for my daughters 4th b-day party! Apparently she's having a Birth-week instead of a Birth-day! Lucky her! Wish we could all have so much fun for our birthdays!!! I look forward to hearing your review!
 

cwinter474

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Breakfast Omlet Casserole

Layer: thawed frozen Hashbrowns
Any breakfast meat precooked ham, was too dry, would recommend sausage or bacon.
onions or peppers or mushrooms (to taste)
shredded cheese
and then pour beaten eggs over top

Sorry there aren't any amounts or times for microwaving, like I said, haven't actually tried it in the micro, the original recipe called for a dozen eggs and to cook on low all night long in the crock pot. I was also thinking that it might be good if you went a little mexican with it. Add Chorizo with the breakfast sausage and maybe add some salsa and mexican blend shredded cheese. Maybe crumble some crushed tortilla chips on top? And maybe serve with sour cream and salsa! Good luck!


Don't want to post this unless we can come up with some sort of time frame? Paula have you put this together yet? thanks




Do we have some sort of time for this in the DCB yet? anybody try it?
 

ChefPaulaB

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Do we have some sort of time for this in the DCB yet? anybody try it?

I am planning to make this on Monday for family dinner night (breakfast for dinner), there are more of us that'll eat it then, so it won't be so wasteful! I'll report back! I'm going to make the mexican version...
 

ChefPaulaB

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Sorry, I had out of town company on Monday night when I was planning on making it and didn't want to serve them Breakfast for Dinner so we BBQ'd instead, so I am planning on making it this coming Monday... I'll keep you posted!
 
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