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Quiches - Quiche, Basic Mixture

Recipe By: James T. Ehler
Servings: 6
Yield: 1 Quiche

1       9 Inch Pie Shell* -- unbaked
2       Ounces  Swiss Cheese -- shredded
1/3    Cup Cooked, Meat, Vege, Seafood
4   Eggs -- large
1 Cup Half And Half
Salt and Pepper -- to taste
Herb Or Spice -- to taste

*(use 6 eggs and 1 1/2 cups half & half for a deep dish pie shell and increase cooking time 5 to 10 minutes)

[1) Sprinkle Cheese and Meat, vegetable etc in Pie Shell.

[2) Beat Eggs. Blend in Half & Half and Seasonings. Pour Egg mixture over filling in  pie shell.

[3) Bake at 375°F in deck oven for 25 to 40 minutes OR---at 325°F in Convection oven for 20 to 25 minutes. Quiche is done when a knife in center comes out clean

[4) LET STAND 10 MINUTES.  Cut pie into 6 wedges.

Notes: QUICHE LORRAINE: Swiss, bacon, onion.  Dash nutmeg & cayenne.

Options: onion, parsley, ham, sausage, leeks, nutmeats, green pepper, mushrooms, paprika, dill, basil, thyme, curry powder.


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