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Yum… This was really,really good! Everyone liked it and it is so easy to make! Thanks to my pal Karen who posted it over on her blog, I get to share it with you. I was breezing through my Google reader the other day and it was nearly lunch time, I was feeling hungry and did not have anything in mind. I came across Karen’s recipe and immediately hopped up, dashed into the kitchen and started in it with several trips back and forth to check on ingredients etc:) According to Karen, it is Keith Urban’s recipe:) Karen is renovating an old farmhouse in Connecticut, you’ll enjoy her blog.

Crustless yet having a magic crust, Impossible Quiche
(My comments are in italics, Karen’s are in brackets)

4 large eggs ( I used six eggs to make it fluffier) ( so did I)
2 cup(s) whole milk ( I used skim)
3/4 cup(s) all-purpose flour
2 1/2 tablespoon(s) butter, softened
3 slice(s) cooked bacon, crumbled – (I used five slices) (I used diced black forest ham slices)***
1 small (4- to 6-ounce) onion, finely chopped
1/2 cup(s) grated mild Cheddar Swiss cheese
1/2 cup(s) unprocessed bran (I used Raisin bran flakes minus the raisins and mashed them fine) ( I used Kashi lean cereal crushed)
1 teaspoon(s) dried basil
1 teaspoon(s) salt
1 teaspoon(s) pepper
Directions
1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Grease 9 1/2-inch deep-dish glass or ceramic pie plate.
2. In large bowl, with mixer on medium speed, beat eggs, milk, flour, and butter 1 minute or until well blended.
3. Add bacon, onion, Cheddar, bran, basil, salt, and black pepper. Beat 1 minute longer or until well combined. Pour mixture into prepared pie plate.
4. Bake 45min to 1 hour or until eggs are set and toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. t puffs up from the outer edge to the inside. Let cool on wire rack 15 minutes before serving.

*** You could probably add broccoli, red pepper, asparagus etc. instead of the ham**

About Shelagh Duffett

An artist and mum to a beautiful daughter. I live in the gorgeous province of Nova Scotia, Canada and write about bits and pieces of my life. Alice is the name of my grandmother, who was an amazing business woman and Paris is a city we LOVE. Art and tea are necessities!

 

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