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Unread 06-27-2010, 05:19 PM

Now some guys would balk, but I hope yours is a more evolved man...may I suggest quiche?

1 frozen deep dish pie crust
1 slice lunch meat of choice (I usually use 1/4 to 1/3 inch slice of ham from your deli at the grocery store, chop it into little squares)
1 cup frozen broccoli bits or drained frozen spinach or onions or mushrooms (or a combination of all!)
1/2 cup grated cheese (swiss or cheddar)
3 eggs
whole milk or half and half
salt and pepper (a small dash of cayenne if you dare or fresh grated nutmeg but not both!)

Preheat oven to 350F.

Break your 3 eggs into a measuring cup (glass pyrex is easiest). Make note of the volume. Measure the same amount of whole milk or half and half. Beat until throughly mixed. (add cayenne or nutmeg here)

Evenly scatter vegitation, meat, and half of cheese into pie crust. Pour egg mixture over all other contents. Scatter remaining cheese.

Place filled pie crust on cookie sheet in oven in the even there is spill over.

Bake for 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on your oven. It is done when a knife comes out of the middle clean and it looks set when shaken.

Serve with bagged salad and dressing. Can serve 4 big eaters or 6 regular eaters. Since crusts come in pairs, you can double the fillings, get two different kinds of lunch meat (ham and turkey?) or make two different kinds and double the egg mixture to fill both. Quiches also freeze well.

Hope this helps!

I found this was easy to eat when the roof of my mouth was still bruised from being entubated.
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Unread 03-17-2012, 01:44 PM
Re: Quiche

this is such a great basic recipe! We do them all the time, great way to use leftovers, too. We will add any leftover meats, cheeses, veg, whatever...my hubby makes them all the time!

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