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Packer's Asparagus & Tomato Quiche

Never liked asparagus? Try this; it'll convert you. I would have eaten the whole thing by myself but I couldn't handle being stared down by everyone else that was gobbling this up. I had to ask for this recipe.

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  • Mix first seven ingredients until well blended. Set aside.
  • Slice half of the asparagus spears and place on the bottom of the piecrust. Pour mixture on top.
  • Bake for twenty minutes in a pre-heated 375 oven.
  • Remove from oven and arrange remaining asparagus and tomatoes on top of the quiche.
  • Continue baking for another 20-30 minutes or until set. Enjoy!
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"Never liked asparagus? Try this; it'll convert you. I would have eaten the whole thing by myself but I couldn't handle being stared down by everyone else that was gobbling this up. I had to ask for this recipe."
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  1. tigereye_83
    This got rave reviews at a brunch I went to -- there wasn't a slice left! This is my first time making a quiche and it turned out beautifully. I baked the crust for 10 minutes on 350, added more asparagus than the recipe called for, and added 1 minced shallot sauteed in butter in with the asparagus. I roasted the asparagus until tender before placing it in the crust. Delicious!
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  2. scancan
    Never liked asparagus? Try this; it'll convert you. I would have eaten the whole thing by myself but I couldn't handle being stared down by everyone else that was gobbling this up. I had to ask for this recipe.
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