Quite tasty! I followed some other suggestions here and make the entire recipe into one deep-dish pie plate. Although, I did only use 4oz total of cream cheese (half of what recipe calls for), after reading comments. I used a combination of shrimp, bay scallops and crab meat (to total 1lbs) and it was excellent!! Cooked it an extra 10 minutes just to be sure it was set. A nice treat for my non-meat-eating guests!! Thanks, will keep this one!
Delicious!!!I doubled most of the ingredients so I would have one for dinner and one to take to a brunch the next day !! I also used shrimp and crabmeat which was awesome. My family loved it ( kids too) and it didn't last at the brunch...I never even got a piece. Very easy to make,,had to bake alittle longer to be sure the middle was cooked. Will be a favorite !
This is a delicious quiche. I made it the same as the recipe and I also made it with two dishes and used Bacon in one and tinned crab in the other. I had compliments on all three.I served these with crusty bread and a salad.
we had this for dinner tonight and my husband totally relished it. however, i had a bit of an issue with the cream cheese. i halved the recipe (and halved the cream cheese commensurately), but still found the cheese to permeate through the other ingredients a bit too much. this wouldn't be a problem in itself, but somehow the cheese pieces didn't quite melt or blend into the mixture as i would have preferred. this happened even though the cheese was very softened and i baked the quiche for even longer than the specified time. maybe next time i will soften and then beat the cream cheese into the egg mixture. besides that quibble, it was a very gratifying dinner for my husband especially. thanks, KC!:)
This is excellent! I made it into one pie but instead of shrimp used fake crab meat and it was still "to die for." Very rich and creamy. This is a keeper! Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Kitten, this is fabulous! I chose to make it in one 10 inch deep dish pie plate. My dh and I just loved it--we had it the first night for dinner, and the next night, we finished it up. Made almost to the letter--since I was only using one pie plate, I only used 4 oz of the cream cheese. I also added salt and pepper to the eggs and half an half before pouring it in the pie dish. Everything else, including cooking times, were exactly as you stated. Very easy to put together, too! I cannot wait (my dh can't either, lol) to make this one again. A nice light dinner with salad on the side. Thanks, Kitten!