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This is very tasty. I made for dinner and served with a salad. To reduce the calories I used FF milk, which I would advise against. I think using FF milk made it watery upon cutting. Kind of strange. In any case, it still was VERY satisfying and I will be making again but use a higher fat milk next time. Provolone is a perfect choice of cheese for this. Thanks Trinkets!
This was an easy weeknight dinner that worked for my gluten free diet as well. Two Italian turkey sausages cooked and crumbled made 1 cup for me. I used shredded mozzarella because that's what I had in the house, but I think I'll go with provolone next time because my quiche needed a little more flavor. Also, I cooked it for the full 45 minutes and while it was cooked all the way through, it was still a little soft set for me. Next time, I'll cook it so it's firmer all the way through. I served this with Gluten Free Cheddar Dill Scones. Thank you for posting!
I'll be making this one all the time. It was so good with all the flavors melding together beautifully. Didn't have enough provolone so used some smoked gruyere too.
This was very yummy!!! I added a couple dashes of ground mustard and granulated onion and once the egg was poured, I topped with some parmesan cheese. It tasted like pizza! So yummy! I would definitely make this again. My 19 month old son also enjoyed it!
My favorite aunt made something like this , I like havarti better but that's just my taste.thanks for printing.