What’s for dinner … again!


Working at home part of the time is a blessing in my book. But, it’s also a bit of a hindrance sometimes. Like today, when I haven’t bothered to pay attention to the time because I didn’t need to beat the traffic, etc. and, as a result, didn’t realize how late it was getting until my tummy started to growl.

That’s when I looked up and noticed that it’s getting dark outside … and I haven’t a clue what to fix for dinner, again. So, time for an old girl favorite that’s easy to fix …

Quicky Quiche!

Ingredients:

1 Small Onion, Diced
1 Cup Fresh Mushrooms, Diced
1 Small Can of Tuna or Diced Ham (or bacon or whatever you like)
2 Eggs (3 if Using a Deep Dish Crust)
1 Pie Crust (I use pre-made ’cause this is supposed to be easy)
1/3 Cup Milk
1/2 Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese

Directions …

Crack eggs into a medium size mixing bowl but don’t break the yolks. Coat pie crust with egg white and bake at 400° until dry (usually about 5 minutes).

Now, break the eggs and scramble them up a bit. Next, dump everything else in, and mix well.

Pour mixture into pie crust and bake at 400° for 30-40 minutes. The cook time depends on your oven … you know how that goes.

Good with a salad or, in colder months, a bowl of french onion soup. Hope you enjoy it as much as I always do.

PS: You might want to step out of the kitchen to finish your blog post and avoid burning your tongue. 😉

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5 thoughts on “What’s for dinner … again!

    • Yep! The mixture is so liquid that if you don’t seal the crust it gets a really soggy bottom. Cooking time varies depending on how much “stuff” is in it, whether you use a deep dish crust, and, of course, your own oven. Thanks for stopping by!

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