Ready in 45 minutes
Serve this with croissants and seasonal fresh fruit.
"Absolutely loved this dish. It was very easy to make and reheated exceptionally well. Also, helped us use up the other pie crust we had left over from Christmas. This has been added to our normal round of meals now. "- ShortyRiz
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Prepare pastry and set aside.
Crumble sausage in medium skillet; add onion and garlic. Cook over medium heat till sausage is browned, stirring occasionally; drain well.
Thaw spinach, drain well. Remove remaining moisture by pressing spinach between layers of paper toweling. Add spinach to sausage mixture; mix well.
Sprinkle cheese evenly in pastry shell. Top with sausage mixture. In a medium mixing bowl combine eggs, cream and salt; mix well. Pour egg mixture over sausage mixture.
Bake in a 375 degree oven for 45 minutes or until a knife inserted halfway between center and outer edge comes out clean. Let stand 10 minutes before serving. Garnish with cherry tomatoes and watercress, if desired
Republished with permission, National Pork Board
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slrs 1 weeks agoThis was the favorite at a brunch that I hosted
brandywhite 2 months agoI meant fresh spinach!! Lol! We added a little steamed broccoli on the side, but add fresh spinach :) Would probably also be good with some black olives and diced tomatoes.
RhumBaba 5 months agoNice! Would like to make this again using fresh steamed spinach and perhaps a different cheese. Loved it as-is, though.
jrdeerslayer 8 months agoMake a double batch for lunchbox fare later in the week!
nicolegory 10 months agoDelicious! Simple and versatile. Everyone loved it including my 5 year old.
ShortyRiz 10 months agoAbsolutely loved this dish. It was very easy to make and reheated exceptionally well. Also, helped us use up the other pie crust we had left over from Christmas. This has been added to our normal round of meals now.
kleighton 1 year ago
orangesoda 1 year agolove it!
luvnulife 1 year agoGreat
Soniatete 2 years agoI have a question. When the recipe said 'cream' could it be sour cream?? Or is there a specific cream that I should use??
rpms111 3 years agoI used milk instead of cream, and used frozen pie shells, they were a bit shallow so it actually made two pies. Very simple to make and great results
Sarah721 3 years agoI substituted ground turkey for the sausage and seasoned it with salt/pepper and garlic.
Meils 3 years agoWinning dish with adults & children! Added mushrooms. Absolutely loved it A+
kie 3 years agoThis was excellent. I modified the recipe by adding some fresh summer savory to the quiche. That added a lot of flavor!
Tripwalker2010 3 years agoAwesome.
BorkBorkBork 3 years agoIf you use a pre-made pie shell, I'd recommend a deep dish.
mlecat 4 years agoI thought this quiche was really easy to make and delicious to eat. The next time I make this I will add some mushrooms and green chilis to give it more of a kick
tyson 8 years agoRepublished with permission, National Pork Board [I posted this recipe.]