Hidden Eggs

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Eggs are usually plentiful on Amish farms.  The eggs are used in breads, batters, cakes, and just straight for meals.  The recipe for “hidden eggs”: first appeared in the Amish Cook column back in the spring of 1993.  Wow, it is a really good recipe that is just so easy but so hearty and delicious. It can be fixed for breakfast or for a filling supper.  Give it a try!   Oh, I am posting the recipe as is which calls for oleo,but you can use butter or margarine.

4 tablespoons oleo

5 – 6 slices of bread

6 – 7 fresh eggs

Cheese, any amount, any kind

salt and pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350.  Melt oleo in the pie pan in the oven. Reserve half the melted oleo in a small bowl, while keeping the rest in the pie pan. Break up enough bread to cover the pie pan bottom.  Drop eggs onto the bread and season with salt and pepper. Crumble the rest of the bread over the top and drizzle with melted oleo. Dot with cheese. Bake at for 15 to 20 minutes.

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  1. lol, oleo is an Indiana term I think. My mother grew up in the Geneva area and oleo is a common term for margarine. Just like cheese toasties (grilled cheese sandwhich), mangos (green bell peppers) and musk melon (cantaloupe).

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