Homemade Quiche Bake

Hailey Chamberlain

"This is a great recipe to make a wholesome meal from scratch including the crust. My mom would make quiche growing up almost every other day. It is excellent for dinner and can be breakfast, brunch, or lunch as well....great family dish."
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  1. Crust:
  2. In a mixing bowl combine flour, salt, and add slices of margarine. Mix with a spoon pressing down on margarine pieces to blend. Add cold water and keep pressing together to form a chunk of dough. Use hands to form into a rough ball and with added flour for rolling, roll into 1/4 inch this pie crust. Lift up using a spatula to help and place in a lightly greased pie dish. Press and spread around evenly and set aside.
  3. Heat oven to 350 degrees
  4. Filling:
  5. In a bowl mix flour, egg, half and half, and salt. Whisk until completely blended and without lumps.
  6. Spread chopped spinach across the bottom of pie shell
  7. Spread mushrooms and onions evenly on top of spinach
  8. Spread gruyere cheese across top of spinach and mushroom layer
  9. Pour egg mixture into dish on top of spinach and mushroom
  10. Add ham on top evenly
  11. Add cheddar cheese evenly on top of dish
  12. Place in oven, uncovered for 50 minutes. Once browned and golden on top remove and let stand for 5 minutes before slicing to serve.
  13. *Wonderful with cottage cheese on the side, or sour cream and chives on top


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