Monday, July 8, 2019

Crustless Quiche

A dear, sweet friend surprised me with this tea set, this past week, and it came on what would've been my late beloved's 70th birthday.  Earlier that day,  I attended a Mass in honor  of my late husband, that my dear friend, Linda requested.  I'm having my favorite crustless quiche, berries, and my bread that I've been making for the past 18 years, which is made from a starter that is from the Civil War. 


On the lid of the teapot and the back of the teacup it says, "Delight yourself in the Lord".  The tea set actually has an additional teacup with it. I'm thinking that the flowers are violets, which are my birth month flower. 




Yield: 24
Author: Kitty, but adapted from a recipe of Paula Deen

Crustless Quiche

This is my favorite quiche, which is loaded with protein. I make it in a 9 x 13" baking dish and cut it into 24 pieces when cool. I freeze the pieces on parchment paper, and then place them into a freezer-proof container to have for several weeks.

ingredients:

  • 1/2 pound of sausage (or use chopped ham)
  • chopped green pepper (however much you like)
  • chopped onion (however much you like)
  • 8 eggs
  • 2 cup sour cream (or plain Greek yogurt)
  • 2 cups small curd cottage cheese
  • 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt (I omit)
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 4 cups grated cheddar cheese (I use a Mexican Blend)

instructions:

  1. Spray a 9 x 13"  baking dish with cooking spray.
  2. Into a skillet, cook the sausage and the green pepper and onion, until the sausage is browned. Drain any fat, and put aside.
  3. Combine the eggs, sour cream, cottage cheese, Parmesan, flour, salt and pepper, in a large bowl, and stir well to blend. Add the  sausage mixture, and the cheddar and blend with a spoon until well mixed.  Pour mixture into the  prepared baking dish. 
  4. Bake until set, about 45 minutes. Remove the baking dish from the oven. It will be puffed up, but will fall slightly as it cools. Allow it to cool, then, refrigerate. Cut it into squares and serve.

NOTES:

You can add whatever seasonings that you like, such as Italian seasoning, any fresh herbs, like chives, rosemary, basil, etc. I also cook a whole pound of sausage, and then freeze half of it for the next time.
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25 comments:

  1. A time for memories...What a precious gift from a dear friend. I know how meaningful it is. Quiche...have not learned to like it yet...perhaps I should try again as it sounds delicious.

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  2. Thinking of you on the anniversary of your late beloved hubby's birthday Kitty. So sweet of your friend to gift you with this beautiful teaset. Your crustless quiche sounds delicious for brunch or lunch. ♥

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  3. What a thoughtful gift you received. I am sure it helped cheer you up a little. Quiches are wonderful as any meal or even a snack. I always omit the salt too since cheese really adds it.

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  4. That is such pretty china Kitty and the quiche sounds really good. I hope you have a nice week!

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  5. Kitty, your tea set is adorable and I would say they are violets! It's perfect for you. I love quiche but I haven't made it in a while. Years ago my hubby wouldn't eat it but I have eased him into it over the years like I have many other dishes. How interesting to have a bread recipe that dates back to the Civil War! I bet it is delicious. It is a nice Summer day here and I'm so happy about that! It took it's time coming but at last we're enjoying some nice warm weather. Have a lovely day, my friend. Hugs...Sandi

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  6. Such a sweet friend to give you the tea set on a day when memories surge. Hugs to you as you remember your beloved husband. Your quiche sounds delightful - crustless is always what I go for these days. Hugs, Lorrie

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  7. I know how much you must've enjoyed your very special tea time - everything looks so perfect, and so delicious. I am praying for you and your family, memories are strong on these memorable dates. God bless you, Kitty.

    Thank you for sharing yet again a yummy recipe. I love trying your favorites. Hugs. ♥

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  8. Oh, that was so sweet of your friend to remember you on that day! I know you miss him so very much and trust the dear Lord will hold you close and comfort you in every moment of grief. He is so faithful! Your quiche looks amazing! Thank you so much for your precious encouragement and beautiful blog and faithful friendship! Sending love and hugs your way today!

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  9. Your tea set is a wonderful gift,dear Kitty!God bless you...Sending hugs...

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  10. What a thoughtful friend to request a mass intention for your husband and give you such a pretty tea set. I've never met a violet tea set that I didn't like!

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  11. Kitty, This will be a great recipe for me. I need to eat more protein for breakfast and I like how you prepare this recipe and freeze individual pieces.
    Your tray is so pretty with your new teapot and teacup. You have very thoughtful friends.
    Thinking of you on your husband's 70th birthday.

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  12. Just love your beautiful tea set...and I am truly a quiche lover. It's a favorite when we're in Florida. =) Thanks for sharing. You are blessed with special friends - because you are one too! XO <3

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  13. What a very special and thoughtful gift you received from your sweet friend...that tea set is just gorgeous! I do love me some quiche, with or without the crust and this looks absolutely scrumptious! Mmmm, I can almost taste it's yumminess now! Thanks for sharing the recipe and I hope your week is blessed!

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  14. Great post, Thanks for sharing,
    I'm following you! X.

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  15. A lovely tea set and so timely with the memorial services for your dear, late husband, Kitty. I love quiche and this one sounds delicious!

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  16. Kitty, I'm so happy to be catching up with you and love how you marked the memory of both your mother and your beloved. The gift from your friend is quite special - did she know the occasion, I wondered? Last but not least, I pinned the crustless quiche. I do love quiche, and love the fact that state it can be frozen and kept for awhile! Thank you.

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  17. What a lovely tea set and I've already run off the quiche recipe. It looks very hearty and good. Great for company.

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  18. Oh my goodness! I am in love with that beautiful tea pot and cup! Love the scripture on there too. The quiche looks so good Kitty. I may need to try this! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  19. The tea set is beautiful Kitty, and I know it means so much...how lovely to go to mass in your husband's honor. Your quiche sounds divine, and how nice to have individual pieces in your freezer for any time you want one!
    Jenna

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  20. Kitty, what a lovely tea set and such perfect timing! Your recipe sounds delicious, and I would definitely follow your lead and make a big one and freeze individual portions. Wish I had one in the freezer right this minute!

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  21. What beautiful dishes! And thanks for the recipe!

    xoxo

    MY NEW POST ♥♥♥

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  22. That looks wonderful, even the jam on your muffin. :-)

    Such a beautiful tea and and tea cup from your dear friend, and how special to receive it on that memorable day. Isn't the goodness of God abundant?!

    Have a beautiful day~

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  23. Lucky you! The tea set is gorgeous. A lovely set to enjoy tea and your crustless quiche. Thanks for sharing at Love your Creativity. xoxo

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  24. Congratulations Kitty, your post is featured on Full Plate Thursday,441 this week. Thanks so much for sharing it with us and I am pinning it to our Features Board. Hope you have a very special day!
    Miz Helen

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