Monday, September 26, 2011
My go to in a pinch - quiche.
Mix the milk, flour and eggs and spices and whisk until combined. Set aside. The reason that these eggs look so yellow is that they are Omega 3 eggs - I forget how pale regular egg yolks can look!
Pop the tray in the oven and cook for about 30-40 minutes. Time will vary depending on what you use - a full pie shell (it will take longer, sometimes up to 50 minutes). Keep an eye on them and take them out when they have browned nicely. Admittedly, these ones were probably cooked a bit long, but they still tasted great. Of course, time does tend to go by slowly when you are waiting for them to come out....
1 cup of milk
2-3 Tbsp of whole wheat flour
1 onion, chopped.
6 slices of bacon
1.5-2 cups of grated cheese
1 frozen, prepared pie crust (9 inch, can be deep dish or not) or approximately 20 tartlet shells.
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
Saute chopped onion for a couple of minutes and remove from skillet. Chop bacon and cook in a skillet. Remove bacon from skillet and let rest on a paper towel.
Beat eggs, flour and milk in medium bowl with whisk until well blended. Stir in spice.
Place frozen tartlet shells on a baking sheet and fill with prepared ingredients (onion, tomato, bacon and cheese). Slowly pour liquid mixture in each shell, being careful not to over-fill.
Put baking sheet in the oven and lower temperature to 350 degrees after 10 minutes. Continue to cook quiche for approximately 20-30 more minutes (may be longer if you use a full pie shell). Quiche is done when the centre is set and top is golden brown. Let stand 10 min. before cutting to serve.
Posted by Anna at 10:45 AM