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Easy Bake Strata

Easy Bake Strata recipe
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Looking for a simple, cheesy strata? This one's a great bet. (It also happens to be a fantastic way to get some spinach on their plates!)
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 5 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
5/1/2005
Very very tasty. Thinking I might add a bit more in the lines of seasoning, but the wife and I both loved it!
posted:
4/29/2005
The strata was delicious! The stove top stuffing really packs in a lot of flavor. However, it took me longer than 15 minutes to prepare the ingredients. Also, my husband and I agreed that the strata would make a better side dish than entree. I'm planning to serve the leftovers with ham steaks tonight.
posted:
4/3/2005
I added smoked salmon to this recipe. Easy and VERY good!
posted:
3/28/2005
Great as breakfast "casserole." Prep time of 5 minutes does not include the time to chop the veggies :-) but otherwise really easy to make. Use reduced sodium Stove Top if you're heart healthy.
posted:
3/20/2005
I've made this twice, once just like the recipe and the second using basil pesto and Kraft's 5-Italian Shredded Cheese. It was excellent both ways. It's easy to make, presents well on the table and tastes delicious. It is a keeper in my file for brunches!
posted:
3/19/2005
Yes, a very easy recipe for a Mom with 2 kids under two ;o) Also, as mentioned, great to experiment with various ingredients or whatever you have on hand.
posted:
3/15/2005
Very easy to make, I'm going to add more onions next time, but other than that, great! Derek loved it
posted:
3/15/2005
My husband didn't like it, but I did. I substituted green pepper and dry parsley flakes because it was what I had on hand. I also mixed some mozzarella into the batter. I liked it because I could eat a square on the run for breakfast.
posted:
3/12/2005
I used egg subsitute w/this recipe and it was fine, also used the asparagus and I also added a grilled chicken breast. I sprinkled just a little bit of chesse when it came from the oven. An eye appealing dish.
posted:
3/11/2005
For something quick on a week night, this dish was wonderful. I served it with grilled chicken, but the dish was so filling you could just eat it by itself.
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