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I've made this many times, I like to add cubed ham when I add the cheeses. 1-1 1/2 cups. I just buy one of those ham steaks at the grocery. My family loves it and it reheats really well for left overs.

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ltcmom November 08, 2014

I just tried this recipe and now its one of my all time favorites. I made it just how the recipe is written with the exception on using a flavored creamer instead of half and half. It turned out fantastic. Thank you for the great recipe.

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Chef Benjamin October 10, 2004

I tried this recipe in September and have now got it to perfection! The main thing for this dish is to set the hash browns out on 8-10 papertowels for a few hours to get most of the moisture out. Press more on top. I used 1 cup of half-n-half, 4 eggs and 1 tsp. seasoning salt for a 11 inch quiche dish. I also added some red pepper flakes, garlic powder and green chilis. I baked the hash browns for 45 minutes (make sure you brush the top edges with butter) to make the quiche crispier. Thanks for a great recipe Teresa!

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debberd2 January 16, 2003
Crispy Potato Quiche