Sunday, April 10, 2022

Quiche Pie | Quiche Lorraine | Easy Party Food

If you're looking for an easy for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or even to make and take dish to a brunch, party or buffet, Quiche Lorraine Pie is perfect ! Keep a few simple, basic ingredients on hand in the kitchen, and wow your hosts.

Quiche also makes a terrific breakfast, lunch or simple dinner. Try variations of ham and cheese, or Mexican salsa. And yes, real men DO eat quiche !

This basic quiche recipe is a favorite given to me by a co-worker from my days when we had buffet office parties.

Quiche Lorraine Pie

Here are several different varieties - Ham and Cheese and Spicy Mexican - all simple to make for your lunch, brunch, or easy supper. Add a homemade soup such as Butternut Squash Soup and you have the perfect comfort food brunch for yourself or guests!

Quiche is an easy go-to casserole dish to make and is adaptable for breakfast too! You can use whatever leftover or fresh veggies you have on hand to make it Mediterranean Diet friendly.

Ham Quiche is a great way to use up your leftover Easter Ham, Christmas Ham or Holiday Spiral Ham! 

Easy Quiche Pie

Easy cleanup with Handmade Cotton Dish Cloths also available at Moomettes Crochet Shop !

Handmade Cotton Dish Cloths

Quiche Pie

1  Packaged Pie Crust (or you can make your own)
                  1   c. evaporated skim milk
                  4   eggs ( or use egg beaters)
                1/2   tsp. dry mustard
                1/4   tsp. pepper
               ** See choices
*Ham & Cheese*
1   c. diced ham
1   -1/2 c. sharp cheddar cheese, grated
1   green pepper, diced
1/4   c. onion, diced
1   Jar Salsa (hot or mild)
1   -1/2 c. cheddar cheese (or Mexican cheese), shredded
choice of any spices

Heat oven to 350°
Line pie pan or quiche baking dish with crust.
Mix milk, egg, mustard and pepper and any other spices which you like.
Pour egg mixture over the above.
Bake 40-50 minutes.
Cool 5 minutes and cut into wedges.

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