I was searching for a recipe for "Turkey Breakfast Casserole" on Pinterest, because I had some cooked turkey in the fridge, and I was looking for a good way to use it for dinner. Makes sense, right? But I just wasn't finding anything interesting by just looking for a turkey casserole.
Anyway, I'm not sure why this particular recipe came up because it had absolutely no turkey in it, but it sounded really good so I went with it. I just substituted my turkey for the sausage in the original recipe, added some corn, and used roasted red pepper instead of the diced green chilies. It's pretty much the same...
This turned out really well. It's good either just the way it is, or with some salsa and sour cream on top. I love the browned edges. And the flavors are all really good together.
I thought about adding some crushed tortilla chips to the mix, but since I was planning to serve this with some cornbread muffins, I decided to skip the chips. I also think a green salad would be great with this, but we'd just finished our salad for lunch, and I didn't feel like making another one. So we had peas instead. I think it just needs something green to go with it. Of course, I think that about a lot of things. Every meals deserves some green.