Delicious! Four of us ate almost the entire thing, it was that good. The spices tasted great.
Brie and Egg Strata
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Pudding Posted: 08/08/10
GertrudeRose13 Posted: 03/09/10
I am a very inexperienced cook and am still developing my culinary skills. This recipe, though, made me feel like a chef! It was so easy to follow and came out truly delicious. For the most part, I followed the recipe exactly (I added mushrooms, didn't measure veggies, added a bit more herbs). Everyone loved it and I had zero leftovers. A little time consuming but not difficult. Overall - YUM!
ljdugan Posted: 07/27/10
This was a big hit at my brunch and was very simple to make. I liked being able to do most of the work the night before. Also, it was very light and the flavors were delicious. I didn't have any leftovers so I will be making it again soon so I can have more!
AlexRod Posted: 01/08/11
Just made this recipe yesterday; it went over very well. Instead of keeping the egg mixture and bread mixture separate, I combined them and put them in the refrigerator overnight. I let it stand for 30 minutes before putting it in the oven. I also added 16 oz of pork sausage. Will definitely use this recipe again.
JSchFr Posted: 06/24/11
Tasted too much like bread, nothing special to make it delicious. Needed tons of salt to have any flavor.
cyclegal Posted: 12/04/11
Like one of the other reviewers, I added mushrooms to the veggie mix. Also used roasted garlic infused bread. Followed the rest of the recipe and it was a big hit with the book club. Also warms up nicely for leftovers.
npwomen Posted: 01/29/13
This is definitely company worthy. Season well and be careful not to over cook it and the result will be creamy, tasty and pretty. I also added lightly sautéed mushrooms for an extra touch but you don't need it.
melonsmoresize Posted: 04/21/13
I made this on Saturday for a small brunch with my husband and mother in law, but it would serve a crowd. I followed the directions, with a few exceptions: I didn't have egg substitute, so I used enough egg whites to fill a cup (4 or 5 I believe). The ciabatta bread works really well, but any loaf that's not too dense would be just as good. Rapidly whisking aerates the egg/milk mixture and makes a light, fluffy casserole. I'm always looking for overnight brunch foods- makes prep in the morning that much easier. I served this with turkey bacon and a spinach strawberry salad. Reheats well. This could be served for a special occasion.