Ham and Bacon Quiche GF#

Quiche

 

GF= Grain Free

Sorry guys this one has dairy.  I don’t have a lot to say. I wanted to make my family a warm meal that I could enjoy too. So I thought why not Quiche. This is so yummy and easy to make. In Europe, they weigh their ingredients so that there is no excess of anything. 150 grams is roughly 1 cup if you decide not to weigh and 75 grams is approximately 3/4 cup. This serves four

Pastry:

150 grams of Cassava Flour

75 grams butter

1 beaten egg

4 1/2 Tablespoons cold water

pinch of salt

Filling:

2 – 5 slices of cut up bacon

1/2 cup chopped ham

1/2 cup chopped onions

5 eggs

3/4 cup cream or half and half or plain almond milk

150 grams of shredded cheese

salt, pepper, and paprika to your liking

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350. Grease a Quiche pan. Using a pastry knife cut butter into cassava flour and salt. Once it resembles small pea size bites add beaten egg and water. Combine until dough starts to form. Dough will be more sticky than wheat flour dough. Place two sheets of plastic wrap on your counter, place dough on top of plastic wrap. Place two more sheets of plastic wrap on top of dough. Take your rolling pin and roll out the dough once you get the size you need take off top two pieces of plastic wrap place quiche pan upside down on the dough. carefully fill the quiche pan over with the dough inside. Line the quiche pan with dough trimming the excess by pushing down on the top edge of the quiche pan. Prick holes in the bottom of the dough.  Fry up bacon and onions in frying pan. Once onions and bacon are done remove pan from the heat. Place bacon, onions, and ham evenly in the bottom of quiche pan. Mix eggs, cream, salt, pepper, and paprika. Fold in cheese. Pour into the tin. Bake in center of the oven for 30 mins or until eggs are cooked.

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