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Ham and Grits Crustless Quiche

Ham and Grits Crustless Quiche created by vrvrvr

Great brunch dish with a definite southern flavor. No crust to make so its easy!

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  • Bring water and 1/4 t.
  • salt to a boil.
  • Add grits, stir and remove from heat.
  • Cover and let stand 5 minutes.
  • Add evaporated milk, ham, cheese, mustard, hot sauce and eggs and stir to mix well.
  • Pour mixture into a greased quiche pan or deep dish pie pan.
  • Bake at 350 for 35 minutes.
  • Let stand for 5- 10 minutes before serving.
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"Great brunch dish with a definite southern flavor. No crust to make so its easy!"
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  1. ElizabethKnicely
    Tonight was the second time that we had this quiche for dinner. The first time I made it to use up some things I had on hand and actually didn't realize that the can of evaporated milk I had was only 5 ounces so I used 7 ounces of 2% milk and the grits seemed very pronounced. Tonight, my husband made this again and I had the correct amount of evaporated milk and the grits mixed in much better, so it must have been my fault the first time. Anyways, we really enjoyed this quiche with a side salad and dinner rolls. Thanks for a great recipe!
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  2. vrvrvr
    Ham and Grits Crustless Quiche Created by vrvrvr
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  3. vrvrvr
    Ham and Grits Crustless Quiche Created by vrvrvr
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  4. vrvrvr
    Rich and delicious with great flavor. It needed to be a bit firmer, and some folks (kids) didn't especially like the grits in it. However, as a change from regular old quiche, the adults thought this was great. I used a bit of Trader Joe's Vintage Reserve cheddar cheese in this which was fabulous. The hot sauce is not overpowering but provides a nice base. This is comfort food, and I'm glad I gave it a whirl!
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  5. SuzieQue
    Great brunch dish with a definite southern flavor. No crust to make so its easy!
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