Friday, October 01, 2010

Quick spur of the moment quiche

There was enough pie crust left over to almost fill an 8" pie plate. I didn't want to bother for lunch, so I made a quick quiche using the left over crust. This was pure laziness.

This was too easy to believe. No recipe. Placed broccoli florets, sliced onion, big slices of garlic, and slices of sun dried tomatoes into the crust. I LOVE sun dried tomatoes.

Then used a fork to stir 2 eggs vigorously, with about 1/4 cup water to thin them a little. To the eggs, I added some mozarella from the fridge, about 1/2 cup, and some parmesan cheese, about 1/4 cup. Poured over the broccoli mixture.

The quiche went into the oven on a shelf below the peach pie. It took about 10 monites to make, to it cooked about 10 minutes less. Since it was small, that's all it needed. This was great! That's all there was to it!

Call me "Mr. Pie!" Pie baking is good for the soul. It's a form of meditation and a way to experiment with countless variations. Only a good person can make a pie, I'm sure of it.

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