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This was really yummy. Like breakfast for dinner. I took your suggestion and added the green onions. I also used only about a third of the cheese and salt (this still looked like a ton of cheese to us!). Three people ate this for a meal with sides.
This was such a simple and delicious dish! I omitted the salt and used pepper instead. I served it with two different southwestern style salads (a bean salad and a corn salad) and also shredded some chicken cooked with taco seasoning on the side. It was such a great dinner. I am looking forward to having the leftovers for lunch. Thanks for sharing!
We sure enjoyed this dish. I used fresh roasted green chilies(I bought a bag from a guy that roasts Hatch chilies on the corner this time of year). After I sprinkled on the cheese, I did add two chopped green onions. This is a keeper! Thanks.
Served this as an appetizer at a party and boy what a hit. Very good. Thank you! Margie
This will become a regular at my house. yuuuum.
Made this for a quick lunch, and wow, this is ever good. Tag - a - long little doggies. Yeeahaa! Easy to throw together, and you can't go wrong. I didn't have green chili's so I diced up some roasted red peppers and used in place. On the red peppers, I put a bit of cayenne pepper and a bit of paprika to give them a little kick. Absolutely divine! Added so grape tomatoes to the top and also some fresh spinach leaves. YUM! Thank you! Made for *I Recommend* tag game February 2009.
Very tasty! I wanted more of a main dish, so I added about 1/2 pound of ground beef. I fried it up, drained it and added it before the cheese. Also, I had two grilled jalapenos and chopped those up. Add some adobo for a little more flavor. With the ground beef, this was a meal in itself. Serve along with pinto beans or sliced avocado and tomatoes. This is a great recipe. From one Texan to another, thanks for sharing.
This is really similar to a recipe my mom has made for years, although hers makes more of a custard topping on the chilies. She uses 2 C. milk, 1/3 C. flour, and 3 eggs...and no tomato. To be honest, I think it's even better the next day.