Hashbrown Casserole With Ham
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"Tips 1. You can tell egg casseroles are done when they are no longer jiggly in the center. This can be subjective so I like to use an instant-read meat thermometer. The casserole is cooked through when the temperature reaches 160 degrees F. Mix the egg mixture with a whisk to incorporate extra air. This will lead to perfect fluffy eggs. This recipe can be cut in half and baked in an 8x8 or 9x9 pan if you have a smaller crowd to feed. Line your casserole dish to make clean-up and the dishes a breeze!"
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