Easy Quiche Recipe : Day 10 Trailer Park Christmas


Easy Quiche Recipe : Day 10 Trailer Park Christmas 2017 http://www.TrailerParkChristmas.com

Make an easy Quiche with your favorite filling! It’s so easy!

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In today’s Episode, Jolene shows you a great dish to fix for a Holiday Brunch : Easy Quiche!

You can add your own ideas : Vegetables, Meats and Cheeses!

Today, Jolene uses a Pepper and Onion Mix to make this Easy Quiche using a Frozen Pie Shell!

It’s super easy to make this Quiche, because no pre baking of the Pie Shell is needed!

What will you add to your Quiche? Leave a Comment!

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20 comments

  1. I love quiche and would make it more often if I would just remember to keep frozen pie crusts in my freezer. So cool you can really add anything you want and never get sick of it – like the soup of savory pies!

  2. I’ve never been able to make a nice quiche before – tried this out with smoked mackerel, mushrooms, a half clove of garlic and a hint of paprika last night – it’s a great recipe, thank you Jolene. By the way, I’m loving the point of view camera!

  3. The quiche looks wonderful, and I love the cheat with the frozen crust!!
    I like adding broccoli, sauteed onion, and ham or bacon, and if I’m making one for supper, I’ll add ground beef or kielbasa. I’ll also add some cheese *IN* it, as well as on top. I consider pretty much everything fair game for a quiche.

  4. LOVE quiche, so easy! Swiss cheese or cheddar are nice, broccoli, spinach, and mushrooms are great additions, too. This is the perfect recipe – it can work for meatlovers or vegetarians!

  5. I love Quiche! I do a no-crust quiche with cream , Pepper-jack cheese, eggs, and chilies . I like green chilies in this. It’s for lossing weight. Low Carbohydrate diet and then I fast as long as I can.

  6. Hi Jolene. I’d love to try this cos it looks so easy and yummy. Is it necessary to use so many eggs though? I do like a quiche, but find shop bought ones, especially supermarket own brand ones here in the UK can be quite salty. Great that they can be enjoyed hot/warm or cold. Merry Christmas, your recipe videos are very fun.

  7. I’d add precooked breakfast sausage and/or bacon, stove top stuffing mix precooked and dolloped in there, smoked sausage, leeks (lots of them), mushrooms, jalapeno, spinach, taters, brocolli, marinated artichokes…I can’t stop. Not all of these at once of course. Choose a few.

  8. I’ve had this one since the eighties..have been asked for the recipe many times..
    9″ deep dish pie crust, pierced and baked 10 minutes..375*..cooled
    1 large can Hormel canned chicken
    3/4 cup shredded Monterey Jack
    10 oz. Frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed dry through a colander with the back of a spoon
    1 medium onion, diced
    2 eggs, beaten
    1/2 cup milk
    1 tsp dried basil
    1/2 tsp. Black pepper
    1 tsp salt

    The amounts aren’t fussy, just the combination
    Chop together well, the onion, spinach and cheese. Whisk together. remaining ingredients in another bowl. Fold egg mixture into spinach mixture. Spoon into crust. Bake 45 to 50 minutes, until browned and a knife comes out clean. Take from brand new gorgeous oven. Let rest 30 minutes before cutting. Good warm or at room temp.

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