Pizza Quiche

Pizza Quiche created by gertc96

Taken from Canadian Catholic Ladies Treasured Family Recipes.

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  • Spread tomato sauce over pie shell.
  • Saute ground beef, onions, mushrooms and green pepper until beef is mostly browned.
  • Spread into pie crust.
  • Top with Mozzarella and oregano.
  • Combine eggs, milk and cream, pour over pie.
  • Bake at 375F for 30 minutes or until set.
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  1. gertc96
    Pizza Quiche Created by gertc96
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  2. gertc96
    We thought this was good. It's got lots of possibilities. I used some left over pizza sauce I had, but think that there could be more thank 2 tbs added. I also wasn't able to use all of my egg mixture. My pie shell was overflowing, but it still turned out well. I diced up some red pepper I had and put it in as well. Thanks for sharing. Made for PRMR-2010.
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  3. flower7
    I thought this was really good, and a nice change from a typical quiche. I added a dash of salt to the meat mix and also to the egg mix. Used skim milk and half cream, half fat-free 1/2 & 1/2 (what I had & needed to use). The pie shell was _very_ full but it did not overflow (phew!) I think this would also be great with ground sausage instead of beef. I did have to cook this for an additional 15 minutes, but my oven is off a bit. It was still a little juicy but I think that may have been because of my fat free dairy and not the fault of the recipe. Thanks for posting!
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  4. flower7
    I thought this was really good, and a nice change from a typical quiche. I added a dash of salt to the meat mix and also to the egg mix. Used skim milk and half cream, half fat-free 1/2 & 1/2 (what I had & needed to use). The pie shell was _very_ full but it did not overflow (phew!) I think this would also be great with ground sausage instead of beef. I did have to cook this for an additional 15 minutes, but my oven is off a bit. It was still a little juicy but I think that may have been because of my fat free dairy and not the fault of the recipe. Thanks for posting!
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  5. invictus
    The idea is really a good one but the flavors just didn't go well together in the opinion of my family. My husband said that while it was a decent meal it wasn't something he would ask me to make again. It was however easy to prepare and the directions are clear.
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