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Sausage Apple Quiche

Sausage Apple Quiche

Bob Evans(R)

Bob Evans®

Sliced apple adds a unique twist to this traditional sausage quiche.

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Nutrition

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  • Calories:
  • 359 kcal
  • 18%
  • Fat:
  • 24.4 g
  • 38%
  • Carbs:
  • 14.3g
  • 5%
  • Protein:
  • 19.5 g
  • 39%
  • Cholesterol:
  • 152 mg
  • 51%
  • Sodium:
  • 709 mg
  • 28%

Based on a 2,000 calorie diet

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Line 10-inch quiche or pie pan with pie crust. Sprinkle cheeses, chives and parsley over bottom of crust. Cook sausage in large skillet over medium heat until no longer pink in the center. Arrange in spoke fashion over cheese layer. Beat eggs in medium bowl with wire whisk until light in color. Whisk in milk, salt and sugar until well blended. Carefully pour egg mixture over sausage layer; sprinkle with cayenne pepper, if desired. Arrange apple slices around outside edge of quiche, pressing down slightly into egg mixture to coat apples. Bake 20 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees F; bake 15 to 20 minutes more or until knife inserted into center comes out clean. Refrigerate leftovers.
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Selaine
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Selaine

1/1/2008

Taking suggestions from others, I used two 9 inch pans and two crusts. We choose a pound of lean mild pork saugage to crumble and brown and put on top of the cheeses and parsley. This one pound was plenty for two dishes. It also ensured sausage in every bite. The egg and milk was not enough for two pies, so I increased the eggs to 7 and the milk to 2 cups. We used one and half large gala apples, snacking on the remaining apples while we waited on the quiche to bake. Because I used disposbale pie pans I placed them on a large jellyroll pan in the oven. When I reduced the heat I also put a crust shield (folded aluminum foil) around the pies to keep them from over drying and browning. It took about 15 minutes longer in our oven, which could be due to the extra pan under the pies and having two in the oven simultaneously. The quiche was very good. It had a sweet savory flavor that was accented by the salty crust and cheese.

Innkeeper Sue
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Innkeeper Sue

7/6/2009

Bravo! This recipe has become the focal point of my favorite breakfast (with whole grain blueberry muffins and a bowl of fresh fruit). There just couldn't be a prettier dish to set on the breakfast table in the morning, and the unique combination of flavors is a fun surprise for everyone. I've made it...oh, probably 35 or 40 times in the past year, and although it sometimes doesn't set up as well as I would like (maybe depending on the varying moisture content of the apples and/or the cheese?), it always tastes so good that no one cares! Even people who are skeptical of quiche have been enthusiastic. I have made a couple of minor changes: Since it certainly doesn't need the sausage for its protein or fat content, I just sprinkle 1/4 pound of browned turkey sausage into the bottom of the crust -- just enough to get some in every bite for the flavor. When I use a commercial frozen deepdish crust, I also cut the milk back to 1 cup; but in my own crust in a 10" pie plate, the full amount is perfect (but takes about 10 extra minutes in the oven).

Jen
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Jen

1/3/2011

Thumbs up from the picky husband who doesn't like quiche.

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