This is my second attempt at a writing a recipe. I have been playing with the idea of starting a new blog with recipes. I need some input on my recipe writing skills. If you like the way I have composed the recipe then please leave me a comment telling me so. Here is a link to my Potato Soup Recipe and I would appreciate it if you would read it also and let me know what you all think. Thanks and Happy cooking:-)
1. Bag of Hash Browns- or you can shred up about 2 or 3 potatoes.
2. 12 oz. bag of shredded cheese, mozzarella, cheddar or my favorite a mix of the 2
3. 1-2 pkg. Of sausage links
4. A dozen eggs
5. Milk ( don’t forget it, I did, Oops)
6. Cake pan
What to do:
1.Saute hashbrowns in oil on medium-high heat for 10-15 minutes or until tenderly moist.Spread hash browns evenly over bottom of pan. 2. Cut sausage links into small pieces. 3. Add to harsh browns and mix together. 4. Sprinkle ¾ of cheese on top. *
5. Then take your eggs and milk and make up a batch of scrambled egg mix. This step can be fun because you can make it your own. You will only need enough of this egg mix to cover the other ingredients. Every one does their scrambled eggs differently so it will be different for each person. Whatever you add to your scrambled eggs can be added at this point: mushrooms, red and green peppers, salt, and pepper.
6. Pour the mix evenly over other ingredients.
7. Place cake pan in over for 20 minutes at 350 degrees.
8. Sprinkle remainder of cheese over the top.
9. Cook for another 15-25minutes or until knife inserted into it comes out clean.
10. Let cool then cut into squares.
This can be made up the night before and stored in the refrigerator. Makes for a nice easy breakfast the next day, you just pop it in the oven.
You can freeze your cheese and save it for when you need it. If you add corn starch to it and give it a shake it will keep the cheese from clumping together while in the freezer. I learned this great hint from Minimalist Mommies Blog. She has good ideas, go check her out.
When cooking, have fun and make it your own. You are the one who has to eat it not me, so don’t be afraid to change a recipe to fit you and your family.