oh so Easy!!!!!
Care for a piece with your coffee?
So few ingredients for this extra yummy dish appropriately called Country Quiche.
OH!!!!!! Quick Note here!!
This recipe makes two pie shell quiches or one heaping deep dish. If you have a small family, just halve this recipe.
Trisha Yearwood’s recipe from her Cookbook and Food Network show
1 pound ground pork sausage with sage
1 teaspoon baking powder
20 grape tomatoes, sliced in half and sprinkled with salt
6 large eggs
10 ounces sharp Cheddar cheese, grated (about 2 1/2 cups)
Salt and pepper
Two 9-inch unbaked frozen pie shells (set them out to thaw while preparing the other ingredients)
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
In a large skillet, cook the sausage until browned and cooked through, about 10 minutes. Then remove with a slotted spoon and reserve.
In a large mixing bowl, whisk the baking powder, tomatoes and eggs together. Add the cooked sausage and the cheese to the egg mixture and stir together with a large spoon. Add salt and pepper and divide the mixture between both unbaked pie shells. Bake until the filling is set, about 30 minutes. Serve warm or at room temperature.
Cook's Notes: To lighten up this quiche, use turkey sausage and egg substitute.
Okay, so this is gonna be quick and easy so pay attention or you'll miss SOMETHING exciting I'm sure!
Slice the grape tomatoes in half and salt them up.
Throw the turkey sausage in the pan.
By the way, the recipe calls for sausage with sage,
but I used a healthier turkey sausage.
Cook until browned...
Throw in the eggs...
And whisk it all up!.
Add the cooked sausage.
And all that yummy cheese!
Mix 'er up good!
Pour the mixture into the pie shells...Now, I must confess, I only used one pie shell and it was a deep dish pie shell. Otherwise you would use two normal pie shells.
Oh, also I had to cook the deep dish a bit longer than normal.
And 30 minutes later,
you have a perfectly baked quiche.
Pull out a slice....
And plate it up!
By the way, these grape tomatoes explode in your mouth, huge, warm tomatoey goodness!
And that turkey sausage is so tasty and fantastic!
I think everyone was shocked this simple quiche was so tasty and filling!!
Little Boy Blue played on the kitchen floor the whole time and never.
Course it helped that his very young, hip Grandma put magnets down low on the fridge to keep him occupied,
and the baby acted like he was playing with things he shouldn't the whole time.
"I have no idea where the other magnets went Grandma....
but if you look underneath the fridge, you may find all of them."
Have a good day off and if you're working today, let's hope it's an easy, quick day :)
OH! I made some baby back ribs that were to die for but they were so gooey rich, it should be saved for just special occasions! Oh my.
HAVE A GOOD DAY!
Talk at ya soon!