Quiche Lorraine

  • txserin Posted: 06/24/09
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    I have made this quiche for many brunches. Each time it turns out great! We do some Jarlsberg and Cheddar for the cheeses, and use applewood smoked bacon. I was really happy to find it. It was easy to make, and serves about 5 healthy slices.

  • Bre123 Posted: 12/16/08
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    I took this to a brunch and this quiche is, by far, the best I've ever tasted. The only adjustment I made was by adding extra salt. Great and easy recipe, and I will definetly make it again!

  • PSYoung Posted: 03/11/11
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    This recipe produces an absolutely outstanding quiche! I will be entertaining guests shortly and this is definitely what we will have for breakfast. Fresh fruit will be a great addition to this breakfast. Shortly, I will be making this again...maybe baking, then freezing one of them. I hope that will not damage the quality.

  • carrie2009 Posted: 07/18/11
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    i threw in some broccoli to make us feel a little bit healthier about eating this dish. it was really good and easy. i made it to feed the family for dinner. everybody ate it. although my 3 year old mostly stuck to eating the pie crust and broccoli pieces only.

  • Debbie17 Posted: 10/26/11
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    My husband took this to work for a potluck brunch and said everyone loved it. I did not get to try it. I subbed sharp cheddar for the Swiss due to my preference.

  • PLCFLA Posted: 04/20/14
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    Smooth and creamy texture. Could use a touch more nutmeg. I substituted 8oz of chopped ham for the bacon. Would work well with many substitues...broccoli, spinach, other cheeses, etc.

  • JamesHeffker Posted: 02/17/14
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    OMG Looks good on a cold morning.

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