Country Ham Quiche

December 16, 2020
Country Ham Quiche

Hey, y’all – Happy Day 16 of Blogmas! Blogmas is a series that I am bringing to the blog this year (and hopefully in subsequent years) that will provide y’all with a new recipe every day of December through Christmas. How fun is that? Today I’m excited to be sharing my take on the perfect Sunday morning dish: my country ham quiche. This quiche has so much flavor + will quickly turn into a family favorite, I promise you that!

Country Ham Quiche

Country Ham Quiche

Country Ham Quiche

Ingredients:

1 frozen deep dish pie shell

4 eggs, beaten

3-4 slices fried country ham, diced

1 cup of broccoli, cooked, chopped (I prefer to air fry it)

1/2 c. gruyere cheese

1/2 c. sharp cheddar cheese

1/3 c. monterey jack

1/2 c. half-and-half

2 shallots

3 tbsp. Dijon Mustard (I recommend Grey Poupon)

Minced Garlic

Black pepper, to taste

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Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350F.
  2. Fry the country ham in extra virgin olive oil over medium heat; you will flip once the ham has browned and will cook the other side in the same fashion. Don’t overcook as it will become dry. Dice after cooking.
  3. In a pan over medium heat, cook 2 shallots and the minced garlic in extra virgin olive oil until tender.
  4. In a mixing bowl, combine beaten eggs with country ham, broccoli, gruyere, sharp cheddar, monterey jack, half-and-half, shallots + garlic, and 1 tbsp. of dijon mustard.
  5. Spread the remaining 2 tbsp of dijon mustard around the inside of the deep dish pie shell. Pour in egg mixture.
  6. Bake for roughly 40-45 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out of the middle clean. Broil for 1-2 minutes to brown the top.
  7. Enjoy!

Country Ham Quiche

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See you tomorrow!

My best,

JC

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Country Ham Quiche

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