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I made a slight error here in not realising the Bisquik ingredients, and only using flour and baking powder in my quiche, which meant I didnt get as fluffy a result as should be. I now have a recipe for Bisquik and will happily make this again, correctly :) That doesnt mean it wasnt great!!! Worked perfectly otherwise, I made it as a couple of individual servings plus a small quiche since I enjoyed the presentation aspect of individual quiches. I made it as written, but there is lots of room for mix and match with the filling ingredients! Lovely recipe, thanks Teresa, sorry I didnt get it quite right but it was much enjoyed for Consideration Tag Game
Very good quiche which we had for both lunch and dinner. I use a quiche pan (corning ware) which is about 10" instead of the smaller pie dish and it worked out great. I also used peppered bacon, 2 %cheese and skim milk and heart smart bisquick mix. Served with banana bread and fruit. Thanks for sharing this keeper recipe!
I originally planned to use a different dish to cook my scaled back version of this quiche in, until I saw the photos of I'm Pat's. I wish I had read her review prior to baking my quiche, lol, my rose (real nice and fluffy) overflowed into my oven. She used just flour, so it didn't have any shortening or baking soda (that Bisquick has in it) and looked very thin. I ran out of Bisquick Mix so I made Homemade Bisquick Mix and it worked perfectly. Loved the combination of flavors with the onions, bacon and cheddar. I served it with a roll and a slice of canteloupe for a delicious brunch for me!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for 123 Tag Game.
I cut this back to 2 serves and made in individual quiche dishes and as we don't get Bisquick I used plan/all purpose flour but that said I think I would cut back on the amount (a 1/4 cup for 2 serves I think may have been a bit too much but the DM enjoyed with some buttered toast for her dinner as she wasn't feeling the best and wanted something light. The other one I will serve up tomorrow. I baked at 175C fan forced for 13 minutes for cooked through quiche. Thank you TeresaS for posting the recipe and to Annacia for the recommendation, made for I Recommend tag game.
This made a very nice dinner this evening, Dh and I both enjoyed it. I used turkey bacon, reduced fat cheddar and E-Z Low Fat Bisquick Mix. I really like the Impossible recipes, they are always easy and fun and taste yummy. While I most likely wouldn't serve this to company it's a tasty family dish that everyone from the kids to grandma and grandpa will like. If you like a bit of heat you could easily add some red pepper flakes to good effect. Try it, you'll like it :D