Hash Brown Quiche
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 50 min. + standing
Great tasting quiche. I did add chopped onions and would have added mushrooms if I had had them.
Omg this taste awesome! I followed the recipe exactly except I did 3 eggs instead of 2 eggs. Perfect. Will definitely make this again.
Very Good. I did substitute bacon and red pepper because that's what I had on hand.
My family loved these . I used extra egg and also tater tots as someone suggested. Tater tots seem to have oil or something added to them, I guess that's what holds chopped up taters all together. So next time I will hold back on the butter part for the crust. Good stuff!
i made these in the cupcake pan (medium size) and they turned out even better than the big pan size - folks were highly impressed with it and they requested I make this way for the next shindig! yum...
This was a simple tasty dish. Will definitely make again.
We loved it. I made the crust with 3 shredded potatoes, 1/2 medium onion, a dollop of mayo and a handful of panko bread crumbs. I will use 4 eggs next time, as suggested by others.
I added some mushroom, chopped red onions, bacon and swiss cheese, and it turned out great. I'll be making it again over the Hoildays for brunch.
I make this often. I like to use thawed tater tots that I break up and push into a crust. It makes the quiche extra good, and adds a little more flavor to the crust.
I have been making this for many years, since the year it came out,18 years , maybe? I have baked off the hash brown crusts the night before also have subbed bacon but sometimes omit the peppers due to family tastes. Our camping club use to love it, right next to crockpot oatmeal.