Quiche recipe originates from France. Quiche can be served for breakfast or lunch, whatever you please. I gotta be honest with you, it is my first time making it... and it certainly won’t be my last!
It's easy to make and the bacon bits and ham makes it very tasty! Mainly out of eggs, quiche has many variations! You can switch or add ingredients if you like but have a try with my own version of it (and crustless) :) It could just be me, but I find it yummy with rice. Enjoy!
Submitted by Caro
Total time: 2 hours
Ingredients (4 servings):
3 long pieces of bacon
100 mL milk
1 and 1/2 cups smoked ham
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 cup chopped green onions
Part 1 (60 min)
(1) Fry bacon with oil on the pan until crispy. (2) Let it cool and dice them. Leave them aside for now. At this point, pre-heat the oven to 350-375°F. (3) Grease ceramic (or glass) pan with margarine. (4) Whisk eggs in a bowl and pour into ceramic pan. (5) Add milk and mix. (6) Add smoked ham to bowl and mix.
Part 2 (60 min)
(1) Mix cheese to bowl. (2) Mix chopped green onions into bowl. (3) Finally, place bacons bits on top and bake in 350-375°F for roughly 50 mins. You know it’s ready when you insert the toothpick in the center of the pan and no mushy stuff sticks to the toothpick when you pull it out.
Your guests will be amazed at the colourful and attractive quiche! ;-)
Cut out a piece and enjoy.
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