Quichie, Quiche, Quiche


YUM. Who doesn’t love a good quiche? I sure do. I have a go to quiche recipe (crust and all) that is ultra easy and very versatile. Here’s what you’ll need:

¾ cup of breadcrumbs
¾ stick of butter

Quiche Body:
3 eggs
½ cup of milk
and whatever ingredients you’ve decided to use. This time around I used:

1 package of asparagus
1 package of smoked salmon
¼ cup of parmesan cheese
¼ cup of Mexican cheese blend
1 teaspoon of salt
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Crust Recipe
Are you ready for the easiest/best/did I say easiest crust recipe…ever? Ok here goes. Melt the butter entirely in a bowl in your microwave. Mix in the breadcrumbs in with the melted butter until the mixture starts to get dense. Take your quiche/pie pan and grease it lightly. Use a spoon and place the crust mixture into the pan, evening it out on the bottoms and on the sides as well. Place in the fridge to harden. DONE.

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.

Quiche body:
Cut up the asparagus into inch pieces and throw into some boiling water. Let it boil for approximately 10 minutes. While that’s boiling, in a bowl combine the eggs, milk, cheese, salt, and smoked salmon. Make sure the smoked salmon is in small pieces. Mix this concoction well. When the asparagus is done, add it to the mixture and mix it well.

Take the pan with the crust out of the refrigerator and pour the mixture into the pan. Make sure it is evenly distributed. Put in the oven for 30-35 minutes.

Let it cool, and REALLY enjoy. This may be one of my favorite recipes I’ve made thus far.

This is a photo of the exact same recipe but instead of the salmon, cheese, and asparagus, I simply added about half a bag of frozen, strained spinach.
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