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Easy Cook Quiche

BHopper2

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An Easy Cook recipe I found online.

 

Ingredients:

1 - 3 oz Can of Bacon Bits

1 - 9 in. Deep Dish Pie Crust

1/2 Cup of chopped Onion

8 oz of your favorite shredded cheese

4 Large Eggs

1 cup half-and-half

 

Procedure:

1.  Preheat oven to 400*F

 

2. Combine Onion, Bacon, and Cheese in a Bowl and mix well.

 

3. Put Cheese mixture into Deep Dish pie crust.

 

4. Mix Eggs and half-and-half together, and pour over cheese mixture. Use a fork to make sure liquid is well distributed.

 

5. Bake at 400*F for 15 minutes.

 

6. Turn temperature down to 350*F, and bake until golden brown on top. Approx 30 minutes, more or less.

 

Serve hot, or let cool.

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I have a very similar recipe. Instead of half and half. I use cream of mushroom/half and half.

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4 minutes ago, Kitt said:

Turn down to 305*?  Did you mean 350*?

GAH!!! Yes... 350.

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30 minutes ago, BlindAmbition said:

I have a very similar recipe. Instead of half and half. I use cream of mushroom/half and half.

The comments on the site, said they mixed in all sorts of things. Next time, I might try some Mushrooms and Spinach.

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16 minutes ago, BHopper2 said:

GAH!!! Yes... 350.

Hehehe your editor is always watching 

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Just now, Kitt said:

Hehehe your editor is always watching 

Thanks! Trust me, I need it.

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ya know you could "grease" a baking dish and bake it without the crust. the crust is what i don't like quiche

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1 minute ago, mogwhy said:

ya know you could "grease" a baking dish and bake it without the crust. the crust is what i don't like quiche

Never had much luck with Frittatas. They always end up sticking.

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11 minutes ago, BHopper2 said:

Never had much luck with Frittatas. They always end up sticking.

Easier when made in crockpot. Doesn't stick or crumble if you spray insert.

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1 minute ago, BlindAmbition said:

Easier when made in crockpot. Doesn't stick or crumble if you spray insert.

oohh jp i never thought of using the crockpot. i've done breakfast casserole in the crockpot, which is very similar to this

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