Everyday Inspirations

I'm not sure if it's because it's French, because you can spend so much on them in bakeries, or because it's just so flavorful, but quiche always seemed so gourmet to me. Let me assure you, chef or not, quiche is very easy to make. If you don't trust your skills in the kitchen but you want to impress, this is the dish for you. This is the recipe for spinach, bacon and cheddar quiche I made last night with my dear college roomies, but feel free to play around with the ingredients. Tomato and feta, broccoli and cheddar, ham, mushroom and swiss—customize it to what you like.
spinach, bacon and cheddar quiche
1 deep dish pie crust
6 eggs
1 tbl flour
2 tbl milk
1 handful of spinach
1/2 onion
2 strips of turkey bacon, diced
Shredded cheddar cheese to taste
Salt and pepper to taste

With a fork, poke holes in the pie crust and bake 10-15 minutes at 375 degrees. Saute bacon, onion and spinach in a frying pan, then remove from heat. Beat eggs, flour, and milk together in a bowl. Add salt and pepper to taste. Place the baked pie crust on a cookie sheet (I find this makes it easier to remove from the oven). Sprinkle half of the cheese into the empty pie crust followed by the saute mixture and the second half of the cheese. Pour egg mixture on top of all ingredients in pie crust. Add salt, pepper, cheese or herbs on top as desired. Bake for 30 minutes at 375 degrees. Bon appetit!
mohamed didi
4/10/2010 02:59:56 am

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