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Gouda Spinach Quiche

Gouda Spinach Quiche

"My husband and I have run a dairy for over 3 years and began making cheese 5 years ago. Gouda's distinctive, buttery taste is sensational in this quiche."
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1 h servings
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  1. Line a deep-dish 9-in. pie plate with pastry. Trim and flute edge. Line unpricked pastry shell with a double thickness of heavy-duty foil. Bake at 450 degrees F for 5 minutes. Remove foil; bake 5 minutes longer. Place on a wire rack. Reduce heat to 350 degrees F.
  2. In a skillet, saute the onion in butter until tender. Stir in spinach. Remove from the heat. Sprinkle cheese and bacon into crust; top with spinach mixture. In a bowl, beat eggs. Add the cream, salt and pepper; mix well. Carefully pour into crust.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees F for 45-50 minutes or until a knife inserted near the center comes out clean. Let stand for 10 minutes before cutting.

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Wow! This quiche was great! I omitted the butter and bacon and used mushrooms as others suggested . Used shallots instead of onion, added garlic and doubled the gouda which really made the flavo...

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Good and easy! Very versatile, too! I used some diced ham instead of bacon, one can of evaporated milk instead of half and half, feta instead of gouda, and made it crustless. I added some italia...

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Wow! This quiche was great! I omitted the butter and bacon and used mushrooms as others suggested . Used shallots instead of onion, added garlic and doubled the gouda which really made the flavo...

Made this recipe for today's New Year's Day breakfast. Didn't have Gouda, so I used Asiago. Made a savory cracker crumb from the leftover boxes of crackers from last night's New Year's eve bas...

I was looking for a quiche recipe that was different than what I was used to making and I found it in this one. I've never tasted gouda cheese let alone use it in a recipe so I thought I would ...

This recipe is by far the best quiche I have ever had! And I rarely give rave reviews. Here's what I do different... I use a whole package of bacon, cut it up and sautee it first so it's cooked ...

This was my first quiche and I was impressed. It even had my "Real men don't eat quiche" husband raving. I spilled some of the cream/egg mixture on the outside of the crust, but, it still turned...

This was my first quiche and it came out lovely. I made a few modifications to reduce the calories. I used a frozen whole-wheat pie crust, soy veggie bacon, and reduced-calorie smoked gouda. The...

this will make your mouth water! unbelievable! out of this world! i make two of thease at a time, and they are all eaten up by the end of the night! redneck men do eat quiche!

Good and easy! Very versatile, too! I used some diced ham instead of bacon, one can of evaporated milk instead of half and half, feta instead of gouda, and made it crustless. I added some italia...

Had to cook an extra 15 minutes. Pretty good flavor.

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