Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Spicy Sausage, Peppers and Onion Quiche


                      I'm a quiche kinda gal..... I actually love everything thrown in a crust.
             This Quiche is so good and  it's even man worthy. Sausage, peppers and onions,
          now how can you go wrong with that? It would be perfect for a Father's Day Brunch.
               Serve with a side salad and a nice glass of mimosa and you have a perfect meal.

                                                   Spicy Sausage, Peppers and Onion Quiche

                                                        4 hot sausage links, casings removed
                                                              1/2 of a red bell pepper, diced
                                                          1/2 of a orange bell pepper, diced
                                                                     1 onion, chopped
                                                           1/2 cup cherry tomatoes, cut in half
                                                                  3 garlic cloves, minced
                                                             1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
                                     a dash of garlic powder, onion powder and red pepper flakes
                                                                         salt and pepper
                                                                               6 eggs
                                                                  1/3 cup parmesan cheese
                                                                   1/3 cup cheddar cheese
                                                         1 pie crust, homemade or store bought

                            1) Preheat oven to 375
                            2) In a large frying pan place 2 tablespoons olive oil. Add peppers, onions
                            and sausage. Cook until almost done.
                            3) Add spices, tomatoes and garlic to the mixture cook for another 5 min.
                            4) In a bowl mix eggs and cheeses.
                            5) Heat your crust in oven according to package before adding the filling
                            about ten minutes.
                            6) Take crust out of the oven and add your veggies and meat mixture.
                            Pour eggs and cheese over that and place in oven. Cook for about 40 to 45
                            minutes or until done.

           

56 comments:

  1. All of the ingredients sound great. I love quiches, too. Easy and delicious, and you can make them pretty much with anything you want.

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  2. I made my first quiche EVER the other day! My mum use to make quiche all the time and I decided to give it a shot.

    I think this quiche could be the next one I make!

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  3. Just say quiche and I am game! I love quiche!

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  4. This looks delicious. Love a homemade quiche.

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  5. Man worthy indeed! I freakin love quiche- way to man it up! Gorgeous photos and yummy yummy recipe.

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  6. This quiche looks amazing! I love it...perfect summer eating:)
    ~Anne

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  7. Your right, it's the perfect father's day brunch dish - if I was in Cali I would totally make it, but will instead send the link to my mom :)

    Thanks so sharing!

    xxx
    Jenna

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  8. I'm a quiche kind of gal too. There are so many incredible combinations to try, this one sounds delicious!

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  9. I haven't made a quiche in ages and I'm not sure why because I am all about them and their flavory crust! Looks yummy!

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  10. I have leftover spicy sausage from dinner last night so I think that I'll MAYBE attempt this tasty looking quiche.

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  11. You had me at spicy sausage and it just got better from there...YUM

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  12. Omg this looks amazing!!! Great shots you took too!

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  13. YUM! Looks delish and sounds fairly easy. Love your gorgeous pics as always.

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  14. Funny, I have had quiche on the brain!! I have another pie crust to use up, and lord knows I have eggs!! Think that may be on the menu this week. Hubby loves quiche too, but is out of town on business.
    Your pie is so pretty!!!
    Kris

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  15. Oh this looks so delicious!! I love Quiche and this one looks amazing!

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  16. Looks amazing!!!!! My friend! I have no time to cook anymore. Too much training!!!! Love your blog mama!!!

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  17. I LOVE quiches...right up my alley. MISS You! Let's catch up this week xoxo

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  18. did someone say sausage and peppers in the same sentence? I thought so! I love it

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  19. I haven't had a quiche in ages! Sounds soooo yummy!
    Hugs girl!

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  20. I'm a total quiche girl too. And the funny thing is that my 2 and 4 year old girlies absolutely LOVE spicy sausage, peppers, and onions. This is so going to be a winner in our house.
    Awesome pics, Val.

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  21. I already love Quiche sooo much but you are selling me here on not just the food but the promise of a beautiful morning. I love everything about this.

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  22. Love quiche and this recipe looks delicious. Guys will love this too ~ addition of the sausage will make this one really filling.

    So good!

    leslie

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  23. I love quiche as well and this looks like no exception! Beautiful presentation too!

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  24. You ALWAYS make me hungry! I love quiche & rarely have it. I've never made it.

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  25. You are so right we love the same foods. I adore quiche and will be making this version STAT. Looks so tasty.

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  26. Mm.. I love quiche too! Especially with the spicy sausage, that sounds reallyyy good. Gorgeous pics too! The pop of red with the tomatoes is so pretty! Now I just need an excuse to have some people over for brunch :)

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  27. You cannot go wrong with those ingredients! Yum!

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  28. Sounds delish, Val! I love quiche. And so funny, just this past weekend we were talking about how peppers and onions are just the perfect combo and how so many cultures have their own take on how to prepare them. Never hurts to throw in some sausage :)

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  29. Sounds like a truly delicious flavour combo here. I recently went to a party for the Jubilee and tried 3 different wonderful homemade quiches. They are the food of the summer!

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  30. Oh my goodness this looks too pretty to eat! Loving the flavor combination. xo

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  31. Yum! I love quiche for using up some of the random veg in my crisper. Yours looks amazing! Thanks for sharing.

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  32. wow, does this ever look GOOD! now I'm starving..

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  33. I love quiche, this looks so good!

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  34. Quiche is one of my favorite brunch menu items and this looks delish!

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  35. YUM is an understatement! This looks delish!

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  36. What a gorgeous quiche, this looks SO delicious! Your pictures never cease to amaze me! :)

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  37. Wow this looks great! I have to try it.

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  38. I found this post though Pinterest. The photo was so beautiful that I just had to come here to read the recipe! Love it! And love your site :-).

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    I hope you get a chance to visit and to share some of your delicious posts with our viewers. It would be a pleasure to have you on board :-)

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  39. I haven't had quiche in ages. It's been far too long and this post has definitely brought back all my wonderful quiche memories - and I have a lot! Quiche was all that in the 80's. I was also all that in the 80's :) These are such lovely, almost vintage looking photos. Fabulous!

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    Thanks!

    http://blowarainbow.blogspot.com/

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  41. Always looking for new ways to make and eat quiche...looks good!

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  42. This looks amazing! and that crust...it's just perfect! I'm jealous of your talent...and can't wait to try this dish.

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  43. Ever so scrumptious! I love quiches and spicy sausages, so I'm sure I'd love your creation.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  44. I am with you - I am a quiche girl too. The kids don't love it so much, but I could eat their pieces for them. This one sounds fabulous.

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  45. Very rarely do I get upset that my husband doesn't eat eggs, but this recipe makes me sad :) I know he would love it and I would too.

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  46. Awesome !! This great combination of these three things is simple delicious. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  47. I always forget about quiche as an option on those "What should I make for dinner" days...but what a great one. This is a different combo than I've used before. It looks delicious.

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  48. This looks so good!! I'm hungry again and I just ate lunch!! :-)

    Jayme @ Her Late Night Cravings

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  49. Ahmazing! I am so making this. How in the world did I get off your blog? Your stuff is so great. I hope this goes in the cookbook. Now, to find a gluten-free crust ... I am sure they are out there! And that avocado and egg dish is next!

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  50. This is the 3th time I try something from your posts, I am making this pie today. cheers <3

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  51. I just made it and it is great, I added green chilies, mushrooms and black olives, Amazing!!!!!

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