Tim and I got up early to watch the Super Bowl again this year. And while I love traditional Super Bowl snacks, cheesy dips, spicy chilis and other decadent treats, those are not as appealing at 6:30 Monday morning, which is when the Super Bowl airs live in Jakarta.
We opted for a hearty breakfast casserole instead, care of my new Smitten Kitchen cookbook: big, seed-coated bagel chunks dotted with cream cheese, eggs, onion and tomatoes, baked to perfection... mmm.
My only complaint is that my casserole seemed a little bit under-seasoned, although I think that is a result of the Jakarta bagels (which are fine and I am thankful we have bagels at all, but they pale in comparison to the NY bagels we ate when back in the States both in texture and in toppings)... I should have added more salt and possibly some garlic to compensate.
Deb from Smitten Kitchen suggests pairing the casserole with capers, salmon and/or bacon. I am thinking that next time maybe I might mix some combination of those things into the casserole itself, which might help my seasoning problem.
By the way, I made a half recipe of the casserole in an 8" x 8" pan and it worked out just fine!