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This recipe is great for a quick night meal or for a crowd. My Mom use to make this and then put it into a crock pot . As usual she would double or triple the ingredients to feed us all.
If you have ever been to Louisiana or heard of cag'n cooking you have heard of this dish. My mom's brother lived in slidell for some years. I am guessing she may have gotten this recipe from her sister-in-law.
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I remember receiving this recipe from my ex-husband which was my husband at the time. He found the recipe in the local paper and made it for breakfast for the family. Sunday was always the day he made breakfast.
In our home I usually have nine people waking up Christmas Morning, I found that if I keep things simple for breakfast it makes for a less chaotic morning. This casserole can be made Christmas Eve before you take your tired self to bed.
This recipe comes from my mom's old tin recipe box. It is written on just a piece of 3 by 5 inch paper so it would fit in the recipe box.
I made this Monday for dinner. I remember my mom making this for my sister Reta on her birthday. It was a tradition in our family that for our birthday we could have Mom cook our favorite for our birthday dinner.