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1 box/pkg. of croutons for salad ( I like garlic&herb ) 2 eggs 1 1/2 cup milk 1/2 to 1 cup shredded favorite cheese, I liked 1 cup! some chopped cooked broccoli and chopped ham if desired salt and pepper to taste Another wonderful vegetarian recipe if meat is not used ! Grease a square pan ( 9 x 9 inch ) or Pyrex pie dish. Mix eggs, milk, cheese and salt and pepper.( add a bit of broccoli or chopped ham opt ) Place croutons in a square pan. Spread evenly. Pour on the milk mixture. Make sure croutons are covered with liquid and soak up liquid. Top with additional cheese if desired. Bake in a 350F preheated oven until golden and set. Cut when warm. Yield: 6 servings

Crouton Quiche


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(posted July 30, 2008)

1 box/pkg. of croutons for salad ( I like
garlic&herb )
2
eggs
1 1/2 cup
milk
1/2 to 1 cup shredded favorite
cheese, I liked 1 cup!
some chopped
cooked broccoli and chopped ham if desired
salt and pepper to taste

Another wonderful
vegetarian recipe if meat is not used !

Grease a square pan ( 9 x 9 inch ) or Pyrex pie dish. Mix
eggs, milk, cheese and salt and pepper.( add a bit of broccoli or chopped ham opt ) Place croutons in a square pan. Spread evenly.

Pour on the
milk mixture. Make sure croutons are covered with liquid and soak up liquid. Top with additional cheese if desired.

Bake in a 350F preheated oven until golden and set.

Cut when warm.

Yield: 6 servings


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from Troy, NY, United States wrote:0  0

For a vegetarian, this is a delicious side dish esp when made with broccoli. Although not quiche ike at all, this was very, tasty and filling!
5 starsSeptember 4, 2009


from Athens, GA, United States wrote:0  0

I had great hopes for this recipe. I was very disappointed. The texture is more like Pennsylvania Dutch dressing than quiche. The taste (I added both broccoli and ham) peculiar. Sorry
1 starsAugust 4, 2008


 
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