You know the scenario: You arrive home late, need to put a meal on the table, and haven't gone grocery shopping. Rather than going out to eat an expensive dinner, stay home and whip up a last-minute meal from the ingredients right out of your cupboard! Here are six of our favorites.
Lately I've been really into quiche. Quiche can be filled with random odds and ends of ingredients, are quick to throw together, and make delicious leftovers. This quiche recipe caught my eye because it combines two elements I wouldn't normally pair together, curry and canned tuna, to create one delicious dish.
Cooked pasta adds an interesting texture and two types of cheese provide a gooey creaminess. To make this quiche for your family, read more
With a store bought pie crust, a quiche comes together in minutes. This quick quiche features crab meat, fresh herbs, and grated cheese mixed together in a warm, fluffy custard.
Once you have the technique down, you can make hundreds of quiche variations. Sun dried tomatoes, red bell peppers, or sautéed mushrooms would be delicious substitutes for a vegetarian version. Don't have crab meat? Stir in chunks of peppered turkey or cubes of ham.
To look at the recipe, which also makes a great leftover for lunch, read more
Although you could take the time to make a pastry crust, for a super quick, weeknight version of quiche, use a store bought piecrust. The simple filling — eggs, sautéed onions, grated cheese, and fresh parsley — can easily be modified to your liking. Leftover vegetables, ends of cheeses, and mixed herbs can all be stirred into the egg mixture before being baked in the crust. For a more hearty version, add cooked ham, bacon, or roasted chicken.
Once you know the basic recipe — which is absolutely delicious on its own — the creative possibilities for quiche are endless. Get it now and read more
Originally from the northeastern region of France called Alsace, quiche is a dish that consists of a buttery pastry shell filled with a savory egg and cream custard. The most classic quiche filling is Lorraine: a bacon and
Alright, so you went and made a great big ham, now what? Ham sandwiches for the rest of the week? Personally that doesn't sound like such a bad idea, a little mustard, aged cheddar and some artisan bread, mmm... and yet I know that not everyone is keen on sandwiches every night, so why not try a great and healthy ham quiche? To check out the recipe, read more