Recipe by prissycat
"This quiche recipe is the best! It is easy to make and tastes SO delicious! Freezes well after it is baked. Use ham, bacon or sausage, or any combination thereof!"
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2 (9 inch)
deep dish frozen pie crusts
finely chopped green bell pepper
onion, finely chopped
1 (4.5 ounce) can
mushrooms, drained and chopped
shredded Monterey Jack cheese
shredded Swiss cheese
cooked ham, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
Quiche Supreme indeed. This has become a weekend brunch staple for me. I have made the recipe several times, with many variations on veggies, meat, and cheese and have never been disappointed. Its very versatile. However, two things I think are key to the flavor are the tarragon, and the small splash of vinegar. I usually double the tarragon because it adds so much flavor to the quiche. For meat, I've used ham, Jimmy Dean sage sausage, bacon, and leftover rib roast. For cheese, I've used cheddar, jalapeno, feta, and monterey jack/colby. I always use fresh mushrooms instead of canned and shallots instead of onions is a great improvement too.
This recipe is foolproof but Clarke's Quiche recipe from this site is WAY better. This one is rather flavourless in comparison - check out Clark's! You can still substitute anything, but the sour cream/spice/cheeses in Clark's make it an incredible quiche.
This was fantastic! I halved the recipie (made just 1 quiche for my husband & I). I also used fresh veggies (mushrooms, g. peppers, onions, zucchini) & ground sausage instead of the ham. Was super tasty! Thanks!
Excellent! I made this for the first time I hosted Easter brunch and it was a hit! I used Jimmy Dean Sausage, and red and orange bell peppers instead of the green... gave it a little more color and I just like red peppers much more than green. I also replaced the onions with shallots as another reviewer suggested and used fresh garlic and mushrooms (I added them to the cooked sausage and saute all the vegetable etc together in one pan) I agree that the tarragon and nutmeg really add the wonderful flavor to this quiche! Thought I'd freeze the second quiche but it was eaten before it made it to the freezer. Will make this again and again I'm sure!
My family loves quiche and this has quickly become our #1 recipe. I use the base and vary my "add ins". I will say that I use one cup of half&half and one cup of whipping cream and it seems to have a better consistency.
Awesome, awesome, awesome! My boyfriend and coworkers thought this was the best quiche they had ever had, and this was my first attempt at a quiche! Woohoo! I did substitute cooked sausage for the ham, which everyone said was a good change. I also cooked the veggies in with the sausage to give flavor. I substituted fres mushrooms for canned because I prefer to use fresh ingredients when I can. Thanks so much for the recipe! I will definitely make this again!
I didn't have exactly what the recipe calls for but my substitutions were perfectly fine. This recipe is flexible. A good tip is to sautee your ingredients till they are pretty "dry"...not oily. I put fresh sliced tomatoes on top before baking and it came out pretty.
I eliminated the mushrooms and just added more of the other fillings and it came out great. Everyone loved it will definitely make it again it was so easy and rich.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 293
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