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Spinach Quiche with Bacon

Spinach Quiche recipe
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This cheesy spinach quiche gets its smoky flavor from crispy bacon crumbles.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
3/29/2006
Very tasty and easy to make. Used a refrigerated pie crust, which worked well. Will definitely make this again.
posted:
3/23/2006
Excellent and easy to make. My husband and son loved it.
posted:
3/20/2006
I ate the spinach quiche at a friends house and it was excellent. I which to make it for my family.
posted:
3/2/2006
very tasty and easy to make.
posted:
2/11/2006
I made this for a breakfast get-together w/ friends and it turned out wonderful! And I even used soy milk, which I thought would make it taste funny, but it didn't...and I also just bought a frozen pie crust and that made it easier! So good and very, very easy.
posted:
2/4/2006
Very good! Everyone loved it!
posted:
2/1/2006
Wow! I have my own special quiche recipe which was handed down to me by my father who was a chef, but this recipe is top of the class. I used fresh spinach instead of frozen. Method: wash and trim 8 cups of spinach leaves. Steam them in a large covered saucepan for about 2 minutes until wilted, stirring as needed. (Do not add any water as the droplets on the spinach will be sufficent to cook them). Drain well and finely chop. I also used ham instead of bacon. Delicious.
posted:
1/31/2006
This is fast, easy and ooohh so good! I love this recipe because I can do a lot with it. In place of the cheddar cheese, try Mexican mix or Cheddar, Colby & Monterey Jack mix or the Italian mix. I've used them all with great success. In place of spinach try other frozen vegetables like broccoli. In place of bacon try 6 oz can of chicken or tuna. Dress up the original recipe at Christmas by adding diced red & green pepper. Have fun and enjoy good eats!!
posted:
1/12/2006
Super to taste & very easy to make. I added some mushrooms too.
posted:
12/21/2005
It is great...My Dad requested it for his birthday. My neighbors like when I make it because I always share it with them.
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