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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Our Favorite Quiche

This quiche is our all time favorite. We enjoy other quiches, but this is by far our favorite. People we have served it, some who don't normally like quiche, really like this quiche. We may modify it slightly for variation (since its always the recipe we turn too), but each variation is delicious! It is good hot or cold; So it is a wonderful dish to make ahead. It is also perfect for Shabbat breakfast or lunch, picnics or fellowship meal. You can make it with or without the crust. (Which makes it that much easier!) You can double it and put it in a 9x13 (thats what we do as a rule now that our family has grown). Its easy to make, if you have cooked chicken or turkey on hand. You can use any dark green in place of the spinach (Collards, Kale, Turnip, etc). I have used steamed fresh, used frozen or canned! You can also sub Broccoli which is very good as well. I hope this becomes one of your family favorites too. (Sorry I have kept it from you for so long, I just found it in my draft box as a 'started post' from 2010! Opps. This has been a family favorite for about 10 years!)

This recipe makes one pie or double it for a 9x13.

Chicken Spinach Quiche
1C shredded cheddar
1 unbaked pie shell (crust of choice)
1C diced cooked chicken
1/2C frozen spinach thawed, and SQUEEZED DRY
1/4C chopped onion
2 eggs
3/4C milk
3/4C mayonaise
1/4tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper

  • Sprinkle 1/4C cheese in the bottom of the pie shell (or bottom of the baking dish if crustless).

  • In a bowl, combine chicken, spinach, onion and remaining cheese. Spoon into pie shell.

  • In a bowl, whisk together remaining ingrediants and pour over the chicken mixture in the shell.

  • Bake At 350F for 40-45 minutes. Let stand for about 15 mintues before slicing for best results.
    Serves 6-8 (or 4 in my family!)
    Let me know if you try it!

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