Easy Gourmet Quiche

 February 12, 2013

Prior to tasting quiche, I thought it was one of the most difficult dishes to make. Watching my step mom make it for the first time, I was convinced I’d need a DOZEN eggs…minimum! It was so so delicious! She used so much gooey cheese, flakey crust! I was in heaven! I was torn, her recipe was exhausting!

Several weeks later I stumbled across a recipe in the newspaper of all places and my world was forever changed. Since 1998 this is the ONLY  quiche recipe I’ve every used. The beauty of this recipe is the versatility. You can make this dish your very own. Use this recipe for breakfast, brunch, or even dinner! Crustless or  individual quiches using a muffin tin this is the PERFECT recipe and you’ll never need another recipe ♥

Ingredients:

½ c. mayonnaise

½ c. evaporated milk

8 oz. cheese, your choice

2 eggs, lightly beaten

2 tsp. flour

½ onion, chopped

9 inch uncooked pie crust

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees

Combine mayonnaise, evaporated milk, lightly beaten eggs, and flour in a large bowl mix well.

Add any combination of other ingredients i.e. broccoli or ham or spinach*

Pour mixture into the pie crust

Bake for 45-50 minutes

*I have several combinations that are a big hit with family and friends:

Tuna, onions, and mozzarella cheese

Veggie quiche

Broccoli, ham cubes, and cheddar cheese

via Easy Gourmet Quiche | Gourmet On The Go Blog.

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