Egg Bake with Gluten Free Bagel Chips

Egg Bake Fae's Twist & Tango

Super Bowl   –   noun,   trademark
The National Football League championship game, played annually between the champions of the National and the American Football Conferences.

This Sunday  (tomorrow)  is  NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Sunday, when all U.S. Americans go wild, glued to their televisions.  It includes four hours of watching the game, eating and drinking.
I am not into football at all.  However, I do look forward to the ‘half-time show’, which is the 15 minutes extravaganza,  presented during  half-time  (break/intermission).
Glutino Bagel-Chips Fae's Twist & Tango
Performers are headliners of the time, i.e., in the past,  Michael Jackson, U2/Bono,  Paul McCartney,  Madonna,  Beyoncé,  and this year,  Bruno Mars   (←link added 2014/02/03)!!!     Also, I enjoy the eating part!

A few days ago, I received a flyer in the mail, from our local supermarket (Safeway),  promoting gluten-free products, with a recipe for an Italian sausage egg bake with gluten-free bagel chips. I tried the chips and they are   mmmmarvelous!

This recipe,  inspired by the flyer, would be a great snack treat for  Super Bowl Sunday. To try out the recipe, this time, I made it vegetarian. I highly recommend this very delicious dish.

Egg Bake with Gluten Free Bagel Chips

  • Servings: 4~6
  • Time: 1hr
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Recipe by:   Fae’s Twist & Tango  (fae-magazine.com)
Egg Bake Fae's Twist & Tango
INGREDIENTS

Filling (use vegetables, meats/sausages of choice and in preferred ratio to make to your liking)
•   2 tsp vegetable oil
•   80 gr/3 oz red or sweet onion, diced (option: 40 gr onion + 40 gr red/green pepper)
•   140 gr/5 oz white button mushrooms, diced
•   85 gr/3 oz green olives pickled in oil with dried, crushed red pepper, sliced thin (spicier the filling the better!)

Egg mixture
•   6 eggs
•   60 ml /¼ cup   milk
•   60 gr/2 oz   cheddar cheese (medium sharp), shredded
•   salt & ground black pepper to taste (take salt and spiciness of other ingredients into account)

Topping
•   170 gr/6 oz Glutino®  ‘Original’ bagel chips (they are the best, I tried regular kind & other brands’ and they weren’t good)
•   2 stems green onion, sliced 6mm/¼” thick
•   150 gr/5.3 oz tomatoes, de-seeded and diced
•   60 gr/2 oz   cheddar cheese (medium sharp), shredded

DIRECTIONS

◊  Position a rack in the middle of the oven and preheat to  160°C/325°F.

◊  Using a non-stick skillet, over medium-heat, add oil, onion and sautée until edges of onion start to turn golden. Add mushrooms and continue to sautée until soft. Turn off  heat and mix in olives.
(If using Italian sausage, 85~170 gr/3~6 oz,  stir and sautée for 2 minutes. Add onion, red/green pepper, mushrooms, and continue to stir for 4 minutes or until tender. Turn off heat and add olives.)

◊  In medium bowl, combine eggs and milk. Beat well with fork, mixing in 60 gr/2 oz cheddar cheese. Add sautéed vegetable mixture to egg mixture and stir. Pour egg mixture into greased 23cm/9″ oven-proof pie dish.

◊  Sprinkle 60 gr/2 oz cheddar cheese evenly on top.  Sprinkle cut tomatoes and green onion.
Place bagel chips around edge of pie dish.

◊  Bake for 25 ~ 35 minutes or until eggs are fully set. Cut into wedges and serve.

~   Bon Appétit!   ~

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26 thoughts on “Egg Bake with Gluten Free Bagel Chips

  1. I’m going to have to look for organic bagel chips, I bet my store has them! I write about living an organic lifestyle on a budget and egg bakes are a great way to do that, considering the price of organic eggs- you can make 6 eggs, which is usually only 3 breakfasts, last a lot longer! Feel free to check out my blog anytime :) I’m looking forward to reading more of your posts, everything looks so great and many things I haven’t seen before!

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  2. Oh wow Fae! That looks oh-so-beautiful! Too beautiful to eat! But eat it I would, as I know anything from your kitchen will be delicious!

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  3. I’m the same Fae, having no interest whatsoever in football or Superbowl. I am rooting for the Broncos though because of another fellow blogger, ha ha! The dish looks ultra comforting and nice. I’ll pass this recipe on to a close relative who’s gluten free. xo

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