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Old 05-14-2005, 09:41 AM   #1
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Exclamation TNT recipe for Bacon/Eggs/Potato and w/sauce

this recipe is so old, so easy and so YUM!!!
boil potatoes until almost done, then slice.
boil about 6 eggs, then slice.
fry about 4-5 rashers of bacon, then cut into bite size pcs.

layer, potato, egg and bacon, then pour white sauce over and a handful of breadcrumbs on the top. cook about 200 for 25 mins

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Old 05-14-2005, 07:49 PM   #2
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this recipe is so old, so easy and so YUM!!!
boil potatoes until almost done, then slice.
boil about 6 eggs, then slice.
fry about 4-5 rashers of bacon, then cut into bite size pcs.

layer, potato, egg and bacon, then pour white sauce over and a handful of breadcrumbs on the top. cook about 200 for 25 mins
Khristel, this looks great. It would make a great brunch item..Since we will be giving a shower soon, this might just work ...Thank you
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Old 05-14-2005, 09:50 PM   #3
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What would you think about using canned potatoes for this?
Or thawed frozen potatoes of some kind?

As I have gotton older and increasingly "stove up", I have learned to taked a lot of short cuts I'd never have thought of before.
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Old 05-15-2005, 03:09 PM   #4
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What would you think about using canned potatoes for this?
Or thawed frozen potatoes of some kind?

As I have gotton older and increasingly "stove up", I have learned to taked a lot of short cuts I'd never have thought of before.
Hi Constance, I've nevewr used canned potatoes, but, I don't see why frozen wouldn't work...I'd give it a try if it were me..I know what you mean about shortcuts I've been known to take a few myself...Have a great sunday
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