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  • Texas Sunrise Casserole by AustinAggie

    I just made this up last night....hope you enjoy!! Big Grin


    Texas Sunrise Casserole

    Crust:
    2 cups all-purpose flour
    cup yellow cornmeal
    2 tsp. baking powder
    tsp. salt
    cup canola oil
    1 cup water

    Good Stuff:
    8-12 eggs (see instructions)
    1 medium green bell pepper
    1 medium onion
    10 cheese slices
    cup barbeque sauce
    chili sauce
    Worcestershire, to taste
    Salt, pepper, and other seasonings


    1. Pre-heat oven to 350F.
    2. Mix together ingredients for crust. Spread well into greased casserole dish (9x13 works well).
    3. Cook for approximately 10-12 minutes.
    4. While cooking crust, start chopping up bell pepper and onion. Once diced well, throw in hot skillet with a teeny bit of oil. Stir until still crisp, about 2 minutes. Set aside.
    5. Next, add eggs. If you use only egg whites, use about 12 eggs. If you use the whole egg, use about 8 eggs. Also, some people like to stir their eggs with milk before scrambling. If so, go ahead and throw in the cheese (four slices), worcestershire, salt, and pepper at the same time, while doing that stirring. If not, just cook them how you like them, adding the cheese (four slices), worcestershire, salt, and pepper as you cook.
    6. Once the eggs are cooked, turn off heat & set aside. By now, the crust should be done. Take it out of the oven.
    7. Layer of the onion and bell pepper mixture on top of the crust.
    8. Follow this with a layer of three slices of cheese (each broken into quarters).
    9. Follow this with a layer of the cooked eggs.
    10. Follow this with a layer of three slices of cheese (each broken into quarters).
    11. Follow this with drizzled barbeque sauce and chili sauce.
    12. Cook, uncovered, for approximately 15-20 minutes.
    13. Serves about eight.
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