Ham & Collards Quiche
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 35 min. + standing
Subbed spinach because that is what I had on hand. Very good.
I was just thinking I have leftover ham and collards I wonder if I could make a quiche with them and stumbled upon this recipe! P.S. stephspitzer Maryland is considered the south because while it is the northernmost southern state it is still south of the "Mason-Dixon" and culturally is southern even if it's not in, what I'm sure you are thinking of when Eastcoasters refer to as, "the deep south."
Maryland isn't the South.
I have made twice now. Once with Mustard Greens and once with Turnip Greens. Make sure you have squeezed as much liquid out of your greens as possible.
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I happened to have all the ingredients on hand, except I used spinach instead of the collard greens. Made two quiches this morning intending to serve them for lunch, but my husband and older son couldn't wait and had the quiche for breakfast! Loved it! Younger son and his fiancee will have the second quiche for lunch today, when they stop over. Great recipe, delicious!
This is a wonderful recipe. If you don't like collards you could even substitute spinach or even broccoli and it would still be delicious. (Not really sure why the other person who "rated" this gave a crummy one-star ding to this person's delicious recipe, since she hadn't even tried making it yet... too many people don't seem to understand what a review is. All that did was make this recipe look bad, when I assure you it is not!) So definitely try this! It's awesome!
I don't usually post a review until I've tried the recipe, but I'm making an exception. This recipe sounds like a must-try! All the ingredients go together so well. I will be rating it soon!