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Because I coupon I always have refrigerated biscuits on hand. This was an excellent way to use them! I made only two small changes--instead of jalapeno peppers and roasted green chili peppers (because I do not have either) I used one 4 oz. can mild diced chilies. I just wisked it into the eggs before I added them to the skillet. I also sauteed a mess of fresh minced garlic in with the onion. The boys loved this. NOTE: What I did to make the eggs a little easier to handle inside the biscuits I basically cooked the eggs into a thick.......circle? Think omelette but not folded. Once it got firm I turned it and cooked the other side sprinkling the cheese over the top. This way I just had to slide it from the skillet cool it a bit then cut it into triangles with a pizza cutter. Wa-la egg that won't fall out of your biscuit!
Very good. Better way is to place filling into a tortilla and add some salsa and/or chopped tomatoes. The little can of chopped green chili peppers drained works well. You can also sub petite diced ham for the bacon. I use butter instead of olive oil. MMMmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!
Delicious!! I saw this recipe and made it without making a trip to the store. I cut down the fat grams by making my own biscuits with lower fat Bisquick and used turkey bacon. I used Pam spray olive oil and omitted the jalepenos. I used the canned diced green chilies as was also suggested.
I made this on Christmas morning for my fiance. I didn't have bacon on hand so I used cooked crumbled sausage; I also couldn't find extra large biscuit dough so I bought a container of regular Pillsbury biscuit dough. After sauteeing the vegetables I added the cooked sausage to the pan before pouring the eggs; the end result was a nicely set scrambled egg mixture that had just the right amount of kick. These made great mini sandwiches! Will make again.