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Learn how to make an Easy Spinach Quiche from Mr Breakfast of MrBreakfast.com
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Okay, here we go. We’re going to make a spinach quiche today. This is a very easy recipe when everything is said and done. It’s very elegant. Very, very flavorful recipe, so let’s get started.
We’re going to grab two nine-inch pastry shells, you’ll kind of find it at the frozen food section. This is a 12 ounce can of evaporated milk. And we’re going to add some spices and the spices that we’re going to use today are some ground mustard. We’re going to use some salt of course and some cayenne pepper as an added punch and some spinach, 16 ounces of frozen spinach that I thawed and there are some onions. I chopped those earlier today as you can tell by these archive of black and white footage which indicates the past when it’s in black and white. This is cheese and to go to some archival footage of the cheese, I grated that earlier today. Two cups of shredded Swiss cheese and there’s two cups of shredded cheddar cheese, a lot of cheese. We’re going to use four eggs in this recipe, west side, it just symbolize four as the Westside symbol plus a finger. 350º is the temperature. This is called par-baking the pastry shell. We punched little holes into it with the fork. This is going to prevent it from lurking, what we do is throw it in the oven for 10 minutes while we mix our ingredients and it just prepares the pastry shell.
So, as that pastry shell cooks. Let’s go ahead and put our items together to create this beautiful imagery of stuff we’re going to put into our quiche. So of course there are the eggs. We got our spices and our evaporated milk, that entire 12 ounce can we’re going to put in there, beautiful; cayenne pepper to give it some punch and stir that up. We’re going to add our spinach. It’s okay if you spill a little spinach, cheese, a lot of cheese. I never claim this was a healthy recipe, it’s just delicious and very, very flavorful, very, very fresh tasting and stir that up with a fork and we’re going to distribute that evenly among the two pastry crusts. Oh beautiful. Now this mixture is a little bit runny but that’s okay, that’s just the egg and the milk that just going to cook and make a beautiful, beautiful thing. Let’s put it in the oven for 15 minutes and that’s all there is to it. There is our quiche, look how beautiful that is, okay. We’re penning over this beautiful quiche. It’s delicious. Chop that into just equal portions for your people, you got to put some smiles and some faces with this dish
I serve it for breakfast. You can see there I put a little bit of Tater Tots in there, it was kind of an old decision but you’re going to love this thing. I promise. It’s spinach quiche, enjoy!