This is sooo good!! DH and I could have eaten the whole thing for dinner, but exercised a little self control...so had the leftovers for breakfast! I sauteed my onions with the sausage and pre-baked the pie crust for 10 minutes. It was cooked perfectly and the crust was crisp. Will be making again!! Made for AUS/NZ Recipe Swap #46.
This was absolutely delicious! I added onion, red bell pepper, garlic and green onion sauted in butter instead of onion only. I also used shredded velveeta and pepper jack cheese instead of cheddar. I found this recipe after I purchased all the ingredients I thought I would need. A in my book. Oh and it was very easy to make.
Practically made itself and I just put in my request for self-washing dishes. Well, they did put a man on the moon, didn't they? Made for Everyday Is A Holiday.
Loved this!! I doubled up on the eggs just cause I wanted to fill that pie crust a little more. The sausage I used was a fresh specialty blueberry maple pork sausage, and it was perfect in this, the sweetness of the blueberries really added to the flavor. Sauteed up the onions with the sausage. Delish!!
Delicious! My whole family loves this! It was gobbled up so fast that I will need to make more than one next time! (I cooked the onion with the sausage before making it)?YUMMY!!!<br/>Thanks for posting! Definitely a keeper!!!!
This recipe was really easy, quick, and very flavorful. I used Italian Seasoning instead of parsley since that was all I had. I didn't pre-bake my crust (I used a deep dish one), but it did not turn out soggy. It turned out perfect and pretty much looks like the one in the picture.
I love this recipe and went back for seconds. I just had onion, tomatoes, beef sausages, bacon and the egg mixture and it was still full of texture and flavor. Easy to make for beginners too. As others have said, you need to bake the crust for 10 minutes first and I added the flour to the egg and milk rather then the sausages.
A keeper. A quiche for those who think they dont like quiche. Less eggy than most. I did per bake the crust a little, per other comments. I sautéed my onions with the sausage, as I had a very strong onion. The only other change I made was to use 1/3 2% milk and 1/3 cup fat free half and half. After I poured my liquids into the shell, I was worried it wasn't going to be enough, but it baked up beautifully.
What a tasty and easy quiche! I was surprised that there were only 2 eggs in this but it was still rich and delicious. Made just as directed, next time will add some chopped pepper or spinach too. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
This was easy and quick for a weeknight meal, and the leftovers were perfect for breakfast or lunch. I did bake the store bought crust for 5 minutes before filling, and didn't find the crust soggy at all. I used 1/4 lb of ground beef instead of sausage, and added in some mushrooms to make sure I had enough toppings in the filling. I did saute the onions and mushrooms for a few minutes rather than tossing them in raw, used the cheese I had in the house...which happened to be some provolone and some mozzarella cheese sticks, used about a 1/2 cup of chopped fresh parsley instead of dried and tossed in some freshly ground pepper and about 1/2 tsp of kosher salt. The amount of egg vs filling ingredients was perfect. Thanks for a wonderful dinner!