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Reviewed Cowboy Quiche Recipe
"Husband wanted to try this recipe after he caught a glimpse of it, while I was watching "Throw down with Bobby Flay." It is a manly meal, but still a delicate quiche. I was pleasantly surprised! However I did use different amounts of ingredients. I used 1lb of bacon (cut in 1 inch pieces) browned on stove, removed from skillet & drained on paper towels. I used 1c of ham diced,2 med red potatoes & 1 c mushrooms sliced, 1 med onion, 1 med red & 1 med green pepper diced, 1 jalapeno diced fine (I removed the seeds to cut down on the heat), 1/2c Gruyere & 1/2 c cheddar cheese, 16 oz heavy cream, 3/4 c milk, 6 eggs, 1/4 tsp pepper, 1/2 tsp of salt. I cut up all the veggies & placed on a baking sheet & broiled in the oven just long enough to soften & remove a little bit of moisture. I mixed the bacon, ham & cheese in with the veggies, placed ½ in each (baked) pie crust & poured 1/2 of cream/milk/egg mixture over each pie. Baked for about 1 hour 20 min @ 350 degrees.
Reviewed Chocolate Creme Brulee
"mmmmmm This was a wonderful recipe. Have made it twice in the last week for friends & family to try! I like to carmalize mine right after they come out of the oven & serve warm. This is one to put in your recipe box. Even with substituting ingredients I had leftover from Christmas baking it turned out perfect! Instead of 3 c of heavy cream I substituted 2 c heavy cream & 1 c 2% milk, bittersweet chocolate instead of unsweet & decreased sugar by 1/4 c....tasted the same when I made the second time exactly as recipe states. Love It!
Nurse, to a stay at home Mom...who loves to cook & bake!