Friday, January 22, 2010


I had a taste of quiche yesterday . . . it was lucious. This recipe is another really ancient recipe from an old friend in Boston - I learned many things from her about cooking and baking, including that thing about never running mushrooms under water. Maybe she lost it when she saw me rinsing her mushrooms. Yep, she did.

Best thing about quiche is the versatility factor. Have some leftover bacon? Throw it in. Like spinach and mushrooms? Do it. Want broccoli and ham? That works! Most cheese variations work. Go crazy. Don't forget that tiny bit of onion on the bottom of that quiche. If you hate the onion, grate it. Just don't skip it.

7-8 eggs
1 cup mozzarella cheese
1 cup swiss cheese (or cheddar)
1 cup whipping cream
1/4 cup onion
salt and pepper

Place onions and cheese on bottom of precooked crust and pour egg mixure over top. Bake at 375 till tip of knife comes out clean and egg mixture is solidified.

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