I have gestational diabetes so I can't have pie crust. I made a potato crust instead. We also had a somewhat deep, glass pie dish so we used that. I shredded 4 small white skinned potatoes, mixed in 3tbsp of margarine, s&p, and nuked them for 5 minutes. I find this helps make them crispier when baked. I pressed them into the dish, bottom and sides, and put them in the oven for about 10 mins while we were preparing the rest of the dish. First time we tried this out, it had a nice buttery potato flavor which of course goes great with eggs. The sides were browned nice, the bottom not so much but it really did hold everything together. So definitely going to use this and tweak it for all future quiche recipes.
We had Spolumbo's Chicken Apple sausage, took it out of the casing and cooked up 3 of them. Chopped up one Golden Delicious apple. We liked having chunks of sausage and apple rather then slices/whole. I used dried parsely cause thats what we had on hand. 1 cup of homo milk and 4 eggs fit perfectly in the dish. We also had Kraft Italiano shredded cheese and used that instead. We did everything else according to the recipe and it turned out amazing! So simple and so good, and I had great levels after. My husband and I had this for supper and ate half of the quiche. Had the other half for breakfast the next morning as well. With that said, I think it truly serves 4 people if you aren't having anything else with it.
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I have gestational diabetes so I can't have pie crust. I made a potato crust instead. We also...