OK SO! There are a million things you can do with this kind of recipe I guess, so I’ll just say that this is how I make quiche. Or rather, how I made it today. It’s easy, it tastes good hot or cold, and it’s got lots of vegetables in it. And the baby likes it! So it’s a winner, even if it’s not fancy. Well, it’s a winner in large part because it ISN”T fancy, but you already know that about me. ONWARDS.
Here is what you need:
OH NO WAIT THAT IS WHAT *I* NEED.
What You Need:
1 C chppd onion
1 C broccoli
1 C sliced mushrooms
1/2 C frozen peas
1/2 C grated carrot
1/3 C Mayonnaise
1/3 C milk
1 C grated cheddar cheese
1 pie crust
Ok! So i’m not a food snob by any means, but I *hate* the taste of a lot of ready made foods. I avoid them when I can, and pie crust is SO easy to make, and SO worth the trouble. I use this recipe and for things like this I’ll use WW flour, it’s hardier and a little more healthy. Right? It cancels out the lard!
So it’s easy, you just make the crust and lay in in the pie plate – I like it to be thick, so I cook it while the oven is preheating – about 5-10 mins.
You cook the onions a bit, add the broccoli when they’re soft, then turn the heat off and add the mushrooms and peas.
Crack the eggs into a bowl, add the mayo and milk and whisk. Stir in the vegetables (inc. carrots I don’t like to pre-cook those) and cheese and any meat or seasonings you like. This thing sucks when it’s bland so I use lots of salt, pepper, paprika, and garlic powder. I threw some left over ham in this and it was pretty nice.
THEN YOU POUR ALL THAT STUFF INTO THE PIE and bake for 40-45 mins at 375 degrees.
So this is how lunch time went: