Everything-in-the-breakfast quiche – just by looking at the name, I bet you can guess what the ingredients are.
Have you heard of a statement, “The easiest and the most common dish is the most difficult dish to make it great.”?
Prep Time: 5 Minutes Cook Time: 10 Minutes (Stove Top);
45 Minutes (Oven) Serving: 4-6
Quiche always reminds me about the traditional Chinese dish, steamed eggs. Instead of adding milk and bake, Chinese adds water and steam. In my opinion, quiche and Chinese steamed eggs fall under the category of what the statement says.
I always had the hard time to figure out how to bake a quiche and the crust stays crispy. I happened to read a recipe in a magazine that I finally grabbed the trick of how to make one.
These are the basic ingredients, i.e. 6 eggs, 2/3 cup of milk and 1 cup of cheese. You can put anything in a quiche with no limitation, except your imaginations.
I went back home and looked for the staples in my fridge. Then, this recipe was created.
Most of the ingredients in this everything-in-the-breakfast quiche recipe always come in a package. You always have leftover after making one quiche. Therefore, it allows you to make two quiches.
If you serve brunch for a big crowd, make 2 of them in one shot. You spend about the same time and effort to make 2 instead of one. Including the coffee and other drinks, you can serve 8-12 people within $25. Doesn’t it sound great?
1 Store-bought 9-inch deep dish pie crust
(Side note - I found that the sizes are very extreme from one brand to another. Here is measurement guidance. If a wedge is about an inch wide and 2-3 inches long, you may need 4-6 wedges.)
1 pinch of Salt
¼ teaspoon Black Pepper
The sausage and potatoes are very salty. So, go easy with the salt.