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Bart's "Personal Favorite" Crab Quiche


Quiche Recipe From Bart's Cookbook 🕮 Who's Hungry? © 2024 by Bart Smith


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    When I was young (last week), I remember my Mom making crab quiche for dinner for my birthday. Well, it hasn’t stopped and whenever I see her, whether it’s my birthday or not, she still knows I love this dish and whips it up.

    While I don’t make it often, I do toss it into my dining menu from time to time. C’mon, let me show you how this one’s done! You're gonna love it!


    This can be used to slice any veggies or anything else you might like to be added to your quiche.

    You’ll use this to mix all your quiche ingredients.

    ❑ WHISK 
    To whip up your quiche ingredients in the mixing bowl.

    This is used to grate your cheese to be included in your quiche.

    ❑ PIE PAN 
    Your typical unbaked pie crust will fit nicely in a regular sized pie pan such as the one you see below, which is the same one I used for this dish.

    ❑ TIN FOIL
    To cover your quiche in the oven so the top/crust doesn't burn while the entire quiche cooks evenly.


    7 large eggs

    ❑ 1 unbaked 9“ pastry shell (Pillsbury® in dairy case; flaky and tasty)

    ❑ 1 cup of sliced imitation crab meat or 6 oz. canned crab meat (if you can find it)

    ❑ 3/4 cup shredded Swiss cheese

    ❑ 1/4 cup chopped red pepper (all colors)

    ❑ 1/4 cup chopped green onions (optional)

    ❑ 1/4 teaspoon pepper (optional)

    ❑ 1 tablespoon of Dash Southwest Chipotle seasoning (optional, but recommended!!!!)

    ❑ 4-5 dashes of Arizona Pepper’s Jalapeño Pepper Sauce, which I found at Whole Foods. I also like to add this hot sauce to each baked slice of quiche. Try it!

    ❑ OPTIONAL, BUT AMAZING: 1/4 cup precooked turkey pepperoni bits, 1/4 cup precooked Italian sausage bits. Drain excess oil before tossing it into the quiche mix.


    PREP = 15 MIN  BAKE = 40 MIN → COOL = 15 MIN

    ★ 1. → Preheat oven to 350°.

    ★ 2. → Mix all your eggs in bowl.

    ★ 3. → Stir and blend mixed eggs with crab meat, green onions, red peppers, salt, shredded cheese.

    ★ 4. → Slowly pour quiche mixture into unbaked pie crust, which you already fitted in large pie dish.

    ★ 5. → At 30 minutes, check crust to ensure it isn’t browning too quickly or over baked. If so, place aluminum wrapped around the crust with the center of foil cut out to prevent crust from cooking too fast; allows the center to fully cook.

    ★ 6. → Using any knife, make small incision into the center to test if fully baked. If not, turn oven temperature down to 300o and cook for another 15-25 minutes. Then let cool for 15 minutes.

    ★ 7. → Serve alone or with salad or fruit for a complete meal. Heat up leftovers in toaster oven wrapped in tinfoil. Best beverage with quiche is ORANGE JUICE.


    BELOW, pour your quiche mix into the pie pan with the pie crust already formed to the shape of your pie pan.

    With a tablespoon, even out your quiche mixture in your pie pan. When done, place tinfoil on top and place it in the oven to bake. Set your timer, and when it's done ... DINE, FEAST and ENJOY!!!


    Seriously, after you try this dish, you'll want it quite often. Enjoy!

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