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Meaty quiche pie

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24.07.2004

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Can be sliced, frozen, eaten warm or cold

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Too moreish .  .  .  .  .  .  .

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You will not believe how lovely this is (and good if you are on a low-carb diet!)

Serves 4 (not sure of the calories but its so good it doesnt matter!!!)

500g mince beef or lamb
100g chopped onion
150g chopped mushroom
100mls cream
2 tablespoons mayo
150g grated cheddar
3 eggs
salt, pepper and worcester sauce to taste

Fry mince, onion and mushrooms together. Drain off the fat and add a shake of worcester sauce, salt & pepper to taste. Place in a pie dish which has been greased and covered in foil and flatten down well.

Meanwhile, beat eggs and add mayo, cream and cheese.

Pour over mince and bake in oven until set and golden brown (about 25/30mins at 175`)

Let it cool down and then slice, wrap in film and freeze - or just devour yummmmmmmmmmmmm

So easy to make and Its so versitile you can put a slice in a lunch box and eat it cold if you wish.
You could serve it with salad or veg as a main meal.
Have in fridge as a handy snack.
Take on picnics.
Kids love it (in my house anyway).

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BIG_NANNA 20.12.2006 12:26

It sounds more like an omlette than a quiche as there is no pastry. It does sound very tasty though. You have me smacking my lips now to read some more of your main dish recipes now.

pink_champagne 07.03.2005 16:05

wow, sounds really nice. Different too. I love quiche, its making the pastry I dont like :)

jamesmonkey4u 05.10.2004 14:25

il have to try this thanks james good review :)

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