Sausage-and-Grits Quiche

  • CBRMichael Posted: 11/17/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Very nice, quick to assemble, easy to freeze recipe for family gatherings. I changed up the meat and veggie ingredients based on what we like, but kept the proportions the same and was careful with water content. It seems very flexible and the family loved it. P.S. I don't think it is fair to make a completely different recipe and then rate this one poorly.

  • LJS7517 Posted: 12/12/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Huge hit at my brunch. A great marriage between grits and sausage. Even feel like your eating healthy........there is spinach. It's really delicious! Constructed the day before and cooked the morning of brunch. PERFECT

  • ncreader Posted: 10/28/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Was disappointed, since this recipe looked and sounded good. However, I think the sum of the parts was not as good as the separate ingredients. I used high quality ingredients and followed the recipe closely, except that I used a combination of sausage, bacon, and ham, and used a pie crust instead of corn meal in the pan. I think a better meal would be yummy creamy grits with cheese, sausage cooked separately, and a spinach side. The conglomeration of these ingredients ended up just too dense and heavy, and mixed up like the dog's lunch. Flavors just canceled out. Too, the cook time was way too long; 45 minutes was more than enough.

  • obradleync Posted: 12/18/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    We made this for breakfast over Thanksgiving weekend. Everyone loved it. Cooked the sausage, grated the cheese and thawed the spinach the night before, this made the preparation of the quiche in the morning easier.

  • EileenNC Posted: 12/10/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I made this for a ladies Holiday Brunch and got rave reviews! I used Hot sausage for a bit more flavor and seasoned the spinach with a bit of salt and pepper along the way. Will most definitely make again, as will many of my friends who enjoyed it.


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