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  1. Idelissa

    This is a great recipe. I looked to reviews, where it said it was too salty. Removed the casings from jhonsonville breakfast sausage and browned as instructed . I tasted it and it was quite salty so I rinsed the cooked sausage in a colander. It was less salty but less so, and a little less fatty too! I took a chance and omitted salt. Family eating it happily! Thank you


  2. Melody Gardner

    I made this and it is one versatile recipe! We loved it. I used sausage, but you could use any kind of ground meat with spices, hot or not. I added onions, a little garlic, cumin, chili pepper to the bottom layer. Then Mexican grated cheese blend, the eggs with added ancho chili powder. The rest went as the recipe recommends. However, I served it with peach salsa ( The sweet went well with the sausage) and sour cream. This was a total hit!!!


  3. Don

    Had to cook about an hour to set, but this was great. No extra salt. Browned the sausage separately and cooked in a 12″ pyrex dish.


  4. Cynthia

    Wonderful recipe. But way too salty. I will make it without any salt next time. I had lowered the amount to 1/2 teaspoon of salt but it was still over the top according to my daughter in law and son. Cheese, and tater tots both have enough salt without adding any additional. Otherwise, nice presentation for company, good hearty meal, and who doesn’t love tater tots!


  5. Janet

    Our first hotdish! We ate this for dinner tonight, and everyone loved it. I didn’t have sausage, so I used ground turkey spiced with sausage flavors—fennel, coriander, garlic powder, oregano, thyme, S&P. I also sautéed minced onion along with the turkey. I served it with a crunchy green salad. So good!


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