Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Green Chile Quiche

Good Morning little blogettes! It is finally a cold one here in Southern California, it settled in the 30's. I am glad to hear rain in on the horizon, we really need it. Anyhow, when it is cold I like to make comforting food and quiche qualifies as just that in my book.


4 eggs
3/4 milk
1 1/2 cup cheese (I had cheddar on hand)
3/4 cup ham - chooped
1 small can of diced green chiles
1 small tomato - chopped
salt and pepper - to taste
pie crust (I cheated and bought it at the store)

Preheat the oven to 350.  Whip eggs with milk and then add remaining ingredients. Roll pie crust into 9 inch pie plate, fringe edges. Add mixture to the pie and let cook for about 40 minutes. Once golden brown on top, take out of oven and let cool for about 15 minutes. 

I served the quiche with a salad last night but it is filling enough to eat all by itself. 


1 comment:

SkippyMom said...

What a great combination. Is it especially spicy? I have one kid that loves quiche, but doesn't like spice. [I know, where did I go wrong? hee]

It is really chilly here too, so thanks for the inspiration for dinner tonight. :D