Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Hashbrown Potato Quiche Lorraine

 

My hubby and I have eaten breakfast in bed for years now.  However, since he retired, he has been sleeping in much later!!  I actually have to eat out in the kozy kitchen sometimes and bring his breakfast in later. 

How's this for rise 'n shine?  I used a napkin as a placemat for color.  The clear handled flatware is from Ross, along with the plate and mug.  I think he'll love it, don't you??

 
 

The knock-out roses are from our garden along with a couple of sprigs of rosemary.  Candles are always a nice addition, as long as they're not overpowering. 


I nice sized mug holds our morning tea.



 

While shopping at Costco, I came across these new hashbrowns that can be stored in the pantry. You rehydrate them with hot water and then fry them in a skillet. I'm a sucker for new foodie products. The Emile Henry pie plate was from a gift card from one of my sons.  I love the fluted edge.  Here's the recipe that was included with the hashbrowns:

This small carton reconstitutes into 6 servings. 


1- 4.2 oz. carton of hashbrowns
2 T. Oil
3 T. cooked chopped bacon
1/4 cup caramelized onion (I just used a little chopped chives)
1/2 cup shredded Swiss cheese
1/3 cup Parmesan cheese
3 eggs, beaten
2/3 cup milk
2/3 cup heavy cream
1/4 t. salt
1/8 t. pepper

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Refresh potatoes by adding hot water. Let stand 10 minutes.

Butter a 9" pie pan.

Heat the oil in a nonstick skillet over medium high heat, drain potatoes and cook on one side until brown at the edges, about 5 minutes. Press the potatoes into the pie pan to make a crust. Arrange the bacon, onions, and cheeses over the crust.

Beat the eggs, milk, cream and salt and pepper and pour over all. Bake for 25 minutes or until set.
Serves 6

NOTE:  I made this the night before and then cut up slices, reheated slightly in the microwave and served.  I lightly sprinkled mine with bloggy buddy Lynn's, at happierthanapiginmud.blogspot.com/, new favorite Lawry's Chile and Garlic Coarse Ground Blend.  Wow, did that ever wake up the flavor!  Lynn has me hooked on that stuff!!  Next time, I'll use that in place of the s & p. 


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37 comments:

  1. I love your plates, I love anything rooster and hen, especially at breakfast! Have to look for these dry hash browns, they sound wonderful. xo

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  2. I noticed but hadn't mentioned your new blog design and Linda said she did it! Love it. It is fun how she pulls out our personalities.
    This looks so yummy. I haven't had time for anything yet today and so reading blogs is making me very very hungry. I love the addition of the potatoes. We haven't tried that one!

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  3. I ♥♥♥ your rooster themed tray, Kitty! Great pattern.
    I have seen those hashbrowns at Costco, too...I haven't taken the plunge to buy any, yet...do they taste like the frozen ones? They would be great not having to take up lots of precious freezer space...I can find more pantry space for storage! Thanks for sharing your recipes each week, I have made several and all have been keepers.

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  4. Awww...how sweet to have breakfast in bed together :) Your rooster tray is adorable and very cheerful to wake up to. The quiche looks so good! I love just about any kind of quiche :) Have a lovely day.

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  5. Oh that is such a pretty breakfast tray - your hubs is one lucky retired dude, Kitty!!

    Thanks for the recipe- I have never made Quiche Lorraine before - gotta try.

    There is a restaurant called Mimi's Cafe near the Polaris Mall east of me that has really great QL - I get it almost every time I dine there.

    If you ever visit relatives back here maybe you and I can go there to share one or something. Wouldn't that be FUN??

    Hugs.

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  6. Lovin' your pretty rooster plate and cup Kitty! Also the quiche sounds great, I haven't seen those potatoes yet. So glad you're enjoying the seasoned salt too and thanks for the shout-out:@)

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  7. I hope your husband knows how lucky he is! Lovely tray Kitty, love the roos and pretty tray. This is a great recipe, I know my hubs would love it. Thanks for sharing. Hope you have a great weekend.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  8. I know your husband with love this special breakfast tray and thanks for the information about this wonderful product! What a great staple to have on hand for emergency meals. I'll bet that recipe is delicious.

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  9. This is so pretty Kitty. I love those dishes!

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  10. The quiche looks delicious, Kitty. The tray is so pretty and I am sure your hubby will love it. I hope he knows how lucky he is...Christine

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  11. I am always looking for breakfast recipes and this one fits the bill to a 't'!! Thank you , it looks scrumptious. A very pretty set up with the gorgeous rooster mugs, for breakfast.. I must ask though... is the quilting by hand on the pillow or the hand-look quilt stitch on the machine? And the decorative stitch - machine or hand.. I always love to be inspired with your pretty pieces. xo marlis

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  12. Wow! I wish someone would wake me up like that - the tray, the food - just wonderful.

    - The Tablescaper

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  13. What a sweet tray for hubby! Mine would have a heart attack if I ever did that, he is the one who makes breakfast.
    I will look for those taters! Your quiche looks so good.

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  14. I was immediately drawn in by the name of your post. I like hash browns, and I like quiche Lorraine! Putting the 2 together can be nothing short of fabulous for the taste buds!!!

    I have been using those hash browns from Costco for about 3 years now. LOVE THEM! My Mom turned me on to them, and Ramon loves them for breakfast, lunch and dinner! They are so incredibly easy to make!!! I just chop up some fresh green onions, red & green peppers, toss 'em in, and we're good to go!

    I like the way you maintain the balance of power in your household by serving your husband breakfast in bed. I must file that note away for future reference! Whenever I feel that he's getting the upper hand or that I need to sway a decision my direction, I'm going to whip out the old breakfast-in-bed hat trick!!! I'm sure that's not what YOU use it for, though, Kitty! You're much too sweet and innocent!!! :-)

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  15. What a wonderful treat to start off the day, Kitty! Very pretty setting, too.
    My ex-DH used to bring me a cuppa tea in bed, every morning before he left for work. One of the few NICE gestures he did.

    I recently box a box of Hungry Jack dehydrated hash browns, but haven't had a chance to try them. I think I'll do them YOUR way!
    Thanks for sharing how.

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  16. Yum! I want to try this. Your breakfast tray is inviting. Would love it if someone would bring me breakfast in bed. Thanks for following. I just joined yours.

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  17. Yum, sounds like a great recipe ! :)

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  18. What a great recipe. Thanks for shopping and finding wonderful things to share.

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  19. I love breakfast in bed. There is just something romantic about it to me. Yours looks so happy and sort of says "Good morning" if that makes sense.

    And I do want to try that recipe. I'm pinning it if my pinner will work. I'm having all kinds of nutty issues with this stinking computer.

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  20. Kitty~ Your rise & shine breakfast tray is so cheery! Your Hashbrown Potato Quiche Lorraine looks like a delicious way to start the day!

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  21. Next trip to Costco I'm getting some of those potatoes, so much easier than a big bag that takes up so much freezer space! I make a breakfast dish similar to yours and it's always a hit.

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  22. Hi Dear Kitty,

    If this quiche tastes half as good as it looks, it must be delicious!! This turned out so pretty! I love your Emile Henry pie plate, Kitty. Their products are so nice, but I can never afford them. I know you were glad to have the gift card from your son. :)

    Your breakfast tray is sooo pretty and cheerful! :) I love the bright blue cloth and the pretty reds and greens, and your rooster dishes are great. Don't you love the Knockout Roses? They're so hardy and drought tolerant.

    Thank you for sharing another wonderful recipe, Kitty! I hope you have a great day.

    Hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  23. Mmmm! I love quiche and this sounds really good. Your hubby will enjoy his special breakfast on that cheery tray. Thanks for sharing this recipe at my HOME and I hope you have a super day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  24. Wow, that is a great thing to wake up to ; )
    I love the flatware, wonderful roosters !!
    Have a great day.

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  25. i seem to always look at your post around lunchtime - when I am hungry. I think I need another plan as this is pure torture. Looks incredible Kitty! Thanks for sharing at "Open House".

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  26. Kitty, I LOVE those dishes, and I love the way you've used the dark blue and the red linens with them. It would be wonderful to be served breakfast in bed on this pretty tray setting. That hasbrown pie looks delicious. We don't have a Costco. I'm going to remember to look for those somewhere else. laurie

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  27. How sweet to serve your hubby in bed Kitty. I saw those hashbrowns at Costco and almost bought them. Then I remembered that I have a bucket of similar hashbrowns in my food storage. The small container idea is much nicer though. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  28. I'd rise and shine for hashbrown potato quiche. And of course I think those dishes are definitely something to crow about. '-)

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  29. I will always remember that you and your sweet hubby have breakfast in bed! I only know one other couple that does that. Joe and I will have breakfast on occasion at camp since our weekends are leisurely. I just bought the Lawry's Chile and Garlic Coarse Ground Blend. Can't wait to try it based on your recommendation. Love the dishes! Have a nice weekend my dear friend. xo Debbie

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  30. Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing this awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday.
    Hope to see you soon!
    Miz Helen

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  31. Looks and sounds delish! I'm going to look for the potatoes as well as that Lawry's.
    Thanks for the tip.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  32. That sounds soooooo good! Will give it a try. Also the Lawry's. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    Judy

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  33. I've eyed those hashbrowns but haven't been convinced to try! How are they just on their own? This looks delicious!

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  34. I think this is such a kind thing to do! Looks fabulous too ~ especially the plate and mug. I will have to check out those hashbrowns ~ great idea!

    xo
    Pat

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  35. Oh, this looks delicious! Can't wait to try it. Thanks. Pinning to Yum-E board!
    Karen

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  36. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Made this tonight and EVERYONE is loving it. I am telling you it's a miracle in my house with a 9 and 11 year old. They are raving about it! Followed recipe, except added Mexican "Crema" (like a creme fraiche) instead of milk and cream. It's so so good. You made me happy tonight!
    Karen

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  37. Hi Kitty,

    What a fun wake up call! My whole kitchen is filled with roosters and chickens; they are so cheery and yours are TOO cute!! Your potato quiche lorraine looks divine, especially with all the farmhouse crockery. I make a bacon onion tart that has been a crowd pleaser for years. Nothing like bacon to please the palette!

    Poppy:)

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