Mom’s Quiche

 

Mom's quiche

 

After years of marriage, travel, friends and family, I have quite the collection of recipes to share!

This one is Mom’s.

Do you remember when quiche was thought to be a girly food so much so that there was a book called Real Men Don’t Eat Quiche?

Guess they had not seen Cary Grant in “To Catch a Thief” serving and eating Quiche Lorraine for lunch. Oh la la. The French coast!  Movie trivia..Alfred Hitchock loved Quiche Lorraine.

 

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Mom made this in pairs. It freezers beautifully. She adds that at the end of the recipe. She was efficient and hospitable.  I learned a lot about hospitality preparedness from Mom.

Her recipe calls for sausage.  This morning I skipped over the frozen roll of sausage! I was looking for easy and used deli Virginia ham with chives.

Hey, it was SNOWING!  The only people stirring were me and the snow plow guy!  Thank you to all those folks who clean up Mother Nature’s messes this winter.

 

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It is simple to make.  For this ham and chives quiche I used frozen pie shells. Tart shells would be delicious as well.

Other combinations are pre-cooked vegetables like broccoli. Sautéed mushrooms. How about some crab?  Or smoke salmon. Add finely chopped sautéed onions. Crisp bacon pieces with a touch of finely chopped onion is good too.

It can be a grazing kind of breakfast for those sleepy head teens. How about an easy to make and serve breakfast with fruit. It makes great lunch with a crispy green salad. Versatility!

 

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Mom’s Quiche

2  9 inch pie crusts

8 eggs

2  cups milk or heavy cream

2 -3 large sliced of Virginia ham coarsely chopped

3 Tbls chopped chives or 1/4 scant cup of finely chopped onions, sautéed

12 oz of  swiss cheese

1 tsp salt

1 teas white pepper

2 -3 dashes of Tabasco or 1/8 tsp red pepper flakes

 

Prepare pie crust.  Mix well eggs, milk and seasoning together.  Coarsely chop ham and chives.  Spread to cover the bottom of the pie shell.   Liberally cover the ham and chives with cheese.  Pour half of the egg mixture in each pie shell.

If using aluminum frozen pie shells, place on a cookie sheet before putting in the oven.

Bake at 375 for 30 minutes or until knife comes out clean.  Serve warm.

 

 

blessings, linda

 

 

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Comments

  1. Bill would like that. I would too.

  2. How precious to see Sis’s writing again. I always thought it was beautiful. Terry Sue told me that my profile picture looked like her.

  3. You can’t beat quiche, it is one of my all time favorites!

  4. oh yummy! I have loved quiche for as long as I can remember. I think it’s so special you got this recipe from your mom and share her hospitality.
    Thank you for sharing on Foodie Friday

  5. This quiche looks delicious! There is nothing better than a recipe from Mom….even though I never seem to be able to make it quite as delicious as she did….:) Thanks for stopping by my blog….I’m now following you on Blog lovin…:)

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