This week has been full of firsts for me… This is the first time I embarked on any diet, the first time I made egg plant parmesan, lettuce wraps, and even quiche (not part of the diet).
Today, I’ll be telling you how I made quiche… thanks to my wonderful cousin who gave me steps over the phone.
- Eggs (3 for each pie)
- Half and Half (or evaporated milk)
- Bacon (I used turkey bacon)
- Spinach (chopped)
- 1 Tomato
- Onion (a quarter)
- Cheese (I use mozzarella and feta)
- Pie crust (frozen, not the graham cracker one)
Contrary to my initial skepticism, it was very easy to make…
In a frying pan coated with PAM cooking spray, I stir-fried chopped bacon, onions, tomatoes, and spinach. I added 2 Knorr cubes , salt, and thyme to taste. I let it cool for a bit (I’m not sure if that’s necessary but I didn’t want to mess up)
Next, I poured the stir-fry into the frozen crust and made sure it was spread out evenly. I sprinkled (more like dumped a whole bag) the cheese over the mix until it was completely covered.
After that, in a separate bowl, I beat the eggs and half and half and poured it over the cheese and stir-fry
The final step is to put it in the oven and let it bake…I forgot to time it but it tool about 25-30 minutes, I believe. Here’s what it looked like: