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Lightly beat the eggs with the milk in medium bowl. Pour them into the skillet over all the other ingredients. Stir occasionally. As the eggs begin to set, sprinkle on the cheese. Cover and cook, without stirring, about 6 more minutes, until the eggs are fully set but still moist. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Hoppel Poppel (a German name) besides being fun to say, is popular in the Midwest all around the Great Lakes. Basically a "scramble", it's a hodge podge of eggs with cheese, Salami (or other meat) and veggies. The version I grew up on from Benji's Deli in Milwaukee, uses Kosher Wilno Salami. My family loves this for breakfast or dinner! Serve with toasted bagels.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Sherbg for this recipe.
Recipe number 1981. Submitted 2/5/2007.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Hoppel Poppel?
From happy tummy
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Based on 2 votes.
I miss this. I used to live in Brown Deer 23 years ago and would frequent a place called Benji's and have this. I can't wait to try it at home.
Comment submitted: 1/13/2012 (#13426)
From Seattle Girl
I used to eat this at Benji's Deli in Shorewood (Milwaukee) as well -- 30 years ago. When I moved out west I knew I had to start making my own. We love this!
Comment submitted: 7/4/2010 (#10828)
Thank you! I used to eat Hopple Popple at Benji's when I lived in Shorewood 35 years ago. Today it popped into my mind and I searched on it and I found this recipe! I'm thrilled.
Comment submitted: 3/25/2010 (#10146)
Comment submitted: 2/25/2009 (#7656)
Magic happens - good things come to those who wait!
Comment submitted: 9/12/2008 (#6437)
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