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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Omlette Casserole

Less than a quarter cup of melted Oleo(if anyone knows what this is please tell me) in a dish. Set Aside.

In large mixing bowl add 20eggs, 2c of milk and a quarter tsp pepper. Until well blended

Stir in 1.5 cups shredded cheese
and 1 1.5 c ham(3 cups of ham is good)

Bake uncovered in 350 degrees for 40-45 minutes. Cover with foil if top becomes brown to quickly. Let stand fo 5 minutes before cutting.

You can increase this by x5 for big parties. (Serve 60 ppl if using large batch)

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Southern Plate September 7, 2008 at 1:54:00 PM EDT  

Hi!
I know what Oleo is! That is what folks used to call vegetable shortening. Anytime a recipe calls for this, just use Crisco.

A lot of old southern recipes have this an an ingredient, before Crisco brand became popular, that's what everyone called it!
Hope this helps, great looking recipe!

Christy@southernplate.com

Mommy's Kitchen September 10, 2008 at 8:57:00 PM EDT  

This sounds really good. My grandmother still says oleo. Acutally i have some of her recipes cards and they say oleo. Its a old time thing. Like christy said its just vegetable shortening. I grabbed your button.

Sherri - KaysvilleMomma September 28, 2008 at 12:30:00 PM EDT  

This looks yummy!! It would be great topped with salsa --- you could also add some canned potatoes!!

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