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Apr
12

Quichza

sort of a cross between a quiche and a pizza. since it’s been awhile since I baked pizza, I wanted something simple and different.

obtain or make your favorite pizza dough and form it into a deep cast iron skillet. Push it up the sides.

 

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Let it rise….

Sauté some white and sweet onions in butter, slowly not to brown…wht&sweetonions

add some greens, in this case from the Brussels sprout plant in the garden, some leafy greens from the stalk.

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clean , dice add to the onions… a bit of salt and pepper to taste… That’s all …

saute

cook the onions and greens over low heat to wilt and soften them, the dough should rise… a thick crust and billowy sides to hold the mixture..  just a touch of smoked hot red pepper flakes….added to the onions and greens for background…..

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3 eggs and some milk…whisk together…..

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spoon the  sautéed onion and Brussels greens in to the crust, pour in the egg mixture ……

 filledcrust 

That’s it ! Keeping it simply for this recipe….

500 degrees for about 13 minutes…

12m 

Tick …Tock… Tick ….Tock……. Tick…..Tock    Tick…. Tock   DING !….

DONE !

cooked

What a meal !!!

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how about a dollop of sour cream for garnish !!!!!!

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Ok, so I could have added things like cheese, sausage, some other type of meat and herbs, that’s right, there was no garlic in this recipe!!! BUT , this was sort of a test recipe to keep the flavors basic. It was a success. Yes, maybe the next time around I’ll add the garlic, cheese and meat, but for now the greens and onions were excellent to taste. And the crust bountiful, to hold it all together.


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