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    Quiche in a Bag

    1 cup meat; cooked- diced or crumbled
    3/4 cup vegetables, anything you like
    1 cup cheddar cheese -- shredded
    1/4 cup onion, diced
    2 cups milk
    4 eggs
    1/8 teaspoon Tabasco Sauce
    1/2 cup flour ,whole wheat
    2 teaspoons baking powder

    Combine meat, vegetable, cheese,and onion.
    Place this mixture in a gallon freezer ziplock bag.
    With a mixer or blender, combine the milk, eggs, Tabasco sauce, flour and baking powder.
    (I use a whisk and a deep 2-qt bowl.)
    Pour into the bag with the meat and vegetable mixture.
    Freeze. (I freeze flat on a cookie sheet so I can stack them.)

    Thaw completely. Shake bag well and pour into a sprayed 10" deep dish pie plate or quiche pan. Sprinkle with paprika if desired.

    Bake at 350 for 35-45 minutes,until lightly browned on top and well set in the center. cool about 5 minutes before serving.

    For a vegetarian meal, leave out the meat and increase the vegetable by 1 cup.

    Makes 6 servings

    We especially like ham and spinach or broccoli. Sauteed onions
    and swiss cheese are good.

    Assembly line ideas when making multiples:
    --write on gallon ziplocs with a permanent pen (ie, "Quiche in a Bag, date, time, ham/mushroom bake 350 for 35-45 minutes")
    --put meat, vegetable and cheese in ziploc bags first
    --mix other ingredients one recipe at a time, pour into bag, seal &
    refrigerate.
    Repeat--lay flat on cookie sheet and freeze. When frozen, remove cookie sheet and stack.

    I don't use a blender or mixer at all with the quiches. I just use a
    large whisk in a deep 2-qt glass bowl with a pouring lip/handle and it works great.
    I realize now the recipes says to use a blender...I never bothered and don't think you need to. The flour mixture blends more easily than when you do a Bisquick impossible pie.



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    This sounds like an excellent idea Brenda, thanks!
    Julia

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    this is a great recipe. It's very like the one I use from 30 day Gourmet, and that another friend of mine introduced me too.

    works well, and is a fantastic way to freeze up extra eggs and cheese when you hit a good sale.

    I ditto Brenda, don't bother with the blender unless your cheese needs grating.

    I sometimes chop the onions, cheese, and meat bitties etc in my food processor and clean it out with a spin using the liquid ingredients after.

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