Monday, May 24, 2010

Crustless Quiche




Quiche is a really awesome dish because you can make it any way you want to.  I usually make my quiches without crusts because honestly that's just fat and carbs none of us need.  If I make it for breakfast there is toast.  If I make it for dinner there are potatoes.  Crust is also a pain in the ass and time consuming to make and makes a mess for me to clean up and I hate cleaning.


Not only is quiche yummy, it's super easy. It's so easy that I'm not even going to bother with production pictures.


I made a crust-less cheeseburger quiche.  I browned and seasoned the burger, drained it and set it to the side.  I then did a quick saute of red pepper and an onion.  I then grated cheese.  I cracked 6 eggs and whisked them with a cup of skim milk.  I added the meat, vegetables and cheese.


Throw this mixture in a quiche or pie plate.  Bake for 30 minutes.



Stare at your finished masterpiece.



Toast one of those awesome bagels from yesterday, cut yourself a slice and enjoy.



Crustless Cheeseburger Quiche

200 grams (little less than 1/2 lb) Hamburger
1 Small Red Pepper, diced
1 Small Onion, diced
1 Cup Cheese, shredded
1 Cup Milk (I use skim)
6 eggs
Seasonings  (I used salt, white pepper, onion/garlic powder, grill spice and red pepper flakes)

Preheat oven to 350F/175C

Brown and season hamburger.  Drain and set aside.

Saute pepper and onion in same pan. Set aside.

Combine eggs and milk, season and whisk.  Add hamburger, vegetables, cheese.  Combine.

Pour mixture into baking dish and bake 25 to 30 minutes.  Let it rest 5 minutes, serve.

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2 comments:

Joost said...

Were is the Quiche-bottom? That is the most yummie part.

Jenna Ravnestad said...

I promise the next one will have a crust just for you Joost ;)

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