Quiche with Onions and Cheddar

Quiche is a recipe that can be tweaked and changed depending on what flavors you want or what you happen to have on hand.   Once you have the basic method, its a cinch to whip up in no time especially if you use a pre-made crust.  This was made with caramelized onions, back bacon and cheddar.

Arthritis Kitchen Tip:  Did you know that the anti inflammation properties of the onion are concentrated most in the outer layers closest to the skin.  In order to benefit most from these  health boosting flavonoids peel off as few layers of possible when prepping your onions.

Onion and Cheddar Quiche

Crust

1 nine inch deep dish pie crust

Line bottom with parchment paper, add to ½ full with dried peas or beans to weight down

Bake at 400 for 6 – 8 min or until lightly golden

Cool before adding fillings

 Custard Mixture

4 eggs

2 cups milk (or combination of milk and cream)

Salt & pepper to taste

Additions (use whatever you want)

1 small onion diced

3 pieces back bacon or ham (optional)

½ cup cheese, grated

1 Tbs chopped chives

Method

Sauté onions until golden, add bacon if using and cook through

Set aside to cool

Spoon mixture into cooled pie shell.

Sprinkle cheese on top

Slowly pour egg mixture on top

Bake at 400 for 35 min or until puffs in the center.

 

Allow to cool at least 5 min before slicing.

Can be served warm or at room temp.

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Posted on August 6, 2011, in Anti-imflammatory ingredients, Foods Known to Help Arthritis, Recipes / Cooking, Tips for Cooking with Arthritis, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Wow! that sounds so good and easy too. Nice picture, makes me
    hungry looking at it.
    Kind regards,
    Joy

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