Variation: If you don't have any leftover ham, use thinly sliced cooked ham from the deli. Thawed and well-drained frozen spinach (squeezed dry) or peas can be used instead of broccoli.
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Let me try this again, hopefully without the weird formatting... This was a wonderfully tasty dish, and it looked beautiful. I did not have broccoli, so I used fresh leaf spinach which worked fine. I used leftover sliced Easter ham. I made the full recipe and it was so good that two of us ate half of it at one sitting! It's a great "no-fuss" dish for company, and it would be great to drop off to someone who's sick or to a new mother. Thanks, Martha!
This was a wonderfully tasty dish, and it looked beautiful. I did not have broccoli, so I used fresh leaf spinach which worked fine. I used leftover sliced Easter ham. I made the full recipe and it was so good that two of us ate half of it at one sitting! It?
This was wonderful, but it definitely needed the full baking time, plus another 15 mins. I added some sauteed scallions to the egg mixture. I love an oniony flavor with potatoes and cheese. Next time, I'm going to use gruyere cheese.
I made this for my family and they enjoyed it. I used an 8 inch round casserole dish that had sides 3 inches high so there would be no overflow. Bit of work to assemble and definitely needs 2 hours of baking time and a few minutes to sit once out. I inverted it onto a plate (parchment paper lined bottom is crucial) but I forgot to reinvert it like the recipe says so the nice golden crust was hidden on the bottom. Oh well, next time I should remember.