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Hey, I am a meat eater. But I also love my veggies, and I like having a good go-to option that will satisfy me and my vegetarian friends (I have a few). This fits the bill for a quiet home meal or a bustling event (though you may need to tweak the recipe a bit if you have strict vegans on the guest list).
I have a bit of a confession to make: I skip breakfast a lot. When I do eat that meal, I often want something fairly light: enough to settle my stomach a bit and give me a little energy but not enough to bog me down. This casserole is perfect for that. And though it is a breakfast dish, it also works well as part of a nice picnic lunch, when you want something flavorful but don’t want to be feasting on anything too rich while lounging in the sun.
Recipe adapted by Simply Recipes
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Quick Tip: Leftovers make delicious lunch sandwiches!