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Sausage, Caramelized Onion Cheese Quiche
One of my favorite things about making a quiche, it’s virtually impossible to mess them up. Combine your favorite ingredients with some beaten eggs and milk, pour the mixture into a pie crust and bake. In under an hour you’ll be eating quiche. Sausage, caramelized onion and cheese quiche is not only fast and easy to prepare, it’s delicious. Quiche can be served for brunch, lunch, dinner or even as a late-night snack.
Convenient and Affordable
Quiche can be made with any number of ingredients. Almost any vegetable will work in a quiche, along with any type of meat and/or cheese. Quiche also is a great way to use up any left-overs you might have hanging out in your refrigerator. A few of our favorite left-over combinations are, Swiss cheese and wild rice or left-over taco meat, cheese, onions and black olives. Served with a side of taco sauce, delicious!
Turns Out Every Time
To make sure your quiche turns out every single time, make sure to saute your veggies first if they are raw. Vegetables contain a fair amount of water and they can make for a watery quiche, especially when using fresh mushrooms, so it’s best to give them a quick stir in the skillet first. Same goes with meat, I like to brown and drain all meat before adding to the egg mixture. Be sure to cool both before adding to the egg mixture.