Egg and Red Pepper Breakfast Skillet

Egg Roasted Pepper Breakfast SkilletDo you eat breakfast for dinner?  In my house, it’s one of the most popular dinners I can make.  Considering that “breakfast” is an umbrella term that encompasses a plethora of dishes, that means I can make anything from waffles to fritattas or from quiche to pancakes.egg chicken potato skilletAn egg, meat and potato combination is one of my favorite meals.  They are quick to throw together and if you use eggs from all-vegetarian-fed hens, like Eggland’s Best, you are serving up a reasonably healthy dish.    Did you know their eggs contain 10 times more vitamin E, 4 times more Vitamin D, more than double the Omega-3 fatty acids,  25% less saturated fat, 3 times more Vitamin B12 and 38% more Lutein (an antioxident) than regular eggs?  Well, they do!  They were also voted the best tasting eggs by consumers.

Egg and Red Pepper Breakfast Skillet

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Egg and Red Pepper Breakfast Skillet
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Ingredients
  • 10 oz can chicken breast, drained and flaked with a fork
  • 6 Jumbo or 8 large Eggland's Best eggs
  • 12 oz jar roasted red pepper, drained and roughly chopped
  • 1 20 oz bag refrigerated shredded potatoes
  • 1 tsp dried basil or 1 Tbsp fresh basil, chopped fine
  • 1 tsp salt
  • ½ tsp ground black pepper
  • 2 cups shredded sharp Cheddar cheese, divided
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl, combine everything but 1 cup shredded cheese.
  2. Spread in a greased oven proof skillet (cast iron works great).
  3. Top with remaining cup of shredded cheese.
  4. Bake at 375 degrees for 40 minutes or until egg has set.

 

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57 thoughts on “Egg and Red Pepper Breakfast Skillet

  1. I LOVE EGGS!! My very most favorite egg thing ever is a very simple fried egg sandwich. Which I do believe I will have for breakfast this morning, now that you’ve reminded me!

    1. poundcake comes to mind first because I remember learning to make it with my oma/grandmother while I stood on a kitchen chair.

  2. I like to make vanilla egg custard using eggs. We buy 5 dozen eggs every two weeks so I go through eggs very quickly. Hard boiled, egg salad, coconut custards, scrambled, over medium. Come to think of it I use eggs in everything. Yikes. Egg drop soup, meringue cookies, etc. etc. etc.

  3. I like to make a quiche, after Thanksgiving i always make turkey and broccoli quiche, and different ones( a lot with spinach) throughout the year.

  4. My favorite thing to make and eat that is made using eggs is warm vanilla pudding! (This is also the basis for a great banana pudding.)

  5. I love over-easy eggs, with a side of bacon. Otherwise, just simple hardboiled eggs; they’re a great go-to for when I get home from the gym and am starving, but not ready to make dinner nor spoil it by snacking.

  6. My favorite thing to make with eggs is french toast. But that is only if you exclude items like cake and cookies that also contain eggs, but in a small amount.

  7. I love eggs, tomatoes and spinach for breakfast, a hard boiled egg for lunches and my favorite dessert, FLAN. I love eggs and I only use Eggland.

  8. Eggals are the family favorite! Enlarge the center of an everything bagel and drop 2 eggs into the center on your griddle. Flip them before the eggs are firm and finish cooking. Cut into quarters and serve to your grateful family!

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