Hamburger Quiche

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  • Brown meat in skillet with onions and bell pepper then drain.
  • In separate bowl, blend all remaining ingredients and stir until smooth.
  • Add to ground beef mixture.
  • Spoon into pie shell.
  • Bake @ 350° for 35 minutes.

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  1. NancyDEns
    Quick and easy to assemble. I baked it until the top was nice and brown. Delicious!!!
  2. Cara Lee
    I had to make my kids stop eating this. They LOVED it. My husband, on the other hand, fed most of his to the baby. She was nice and stuffed by the time dinner was over. I loved the EASY meal. :-)
  3. jmelinda
    I had some eggs and ground venison that I had to use up, so I thought I'd try this recipe. It was wonderful, even without using real beef. I added garlic and chili flakes and diced up all the leftover vegetables I had in my crisper and it turned out wonderful. My hubby doesn't like quiche, but he really enjoyed this and practically licked the plate clean! Will definitely try this recipe again with real beef and maybe some tomatoes and potatoes as some others have suggested - thanks for posting!
  4. Cookin Okie
    This is one of our family's favorites! Even my 13 year old daughter loves it. I often add garlic and oregano. I love to top my slice with diced tomatoes, too!
  5. Last Ember
    I thought this down-home recipe was very family friendly. I was looking for a recipe to use up a bit of hamburger I had leftover. I made it tonight with a homemade pie crust and without the green peppers as I was all out. It was very tasty...although I think it would be even better with the peppers. Thanks for posting Ashley!


Hello Y'all! I live in Kentucky near the "gateway to the mountains" where my husband was born and raised. I myself am from Mississippi. Growing up we had great times going to New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Gulfport, Biloxi, and various places in the Southern part of Alabama. I have family in all these places. So, it's no wonder that I am a sucker for cajun/creole dishes. Here in KY, not many of my husbands relitives and friends have ever had cajun/creole fare. But now they make sure that I let them know when I'm gonna cook up some good ol'gumbo, jambalaya, dirty rice, or such. But they still won't eat a crawfish. My husband said that he used to play with those things (he calls them crawdads) when he was a boy and never concidered ever eating them. He still kinda gets grossed out when I "pinch de tail and suck de head" (the proper way to eat a crawfish at a crawfish boil). Gosh I miss those. You won't find anybody throwin a crawfish boil here in this part of Ken-tuck. Anyway, I really miss my South...but I love my Kentucky, too. I am learning how to cook the foods my hubby grew up on from his mother, but bless his heart, he'll eat anything I throw together. He's a brave man. Anyway, I'm a mother of 2, a 13 year old and a 3 year old. We have 2 dogs (Mastiffs) named Bozak (Beaux Zachary Bleu Tear) and Mercedez (Pain's Little Maugui)who both refuse to give us puppies. We also have 2 cats, Thunder and her son Spooky. And 2 rabbits named Peanut and Cinnamon. Welp, that's about it. Bye Y'all!
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