What else do we admit? We admit to buying too many veggies when we shop, or when we are at the outdoor markets. What? You too. Yep, everyone.
Well below is the recipe for Bisquick's Impossible Quiche. No need to make a crust, the Bisquick settles at the bottom and makes a crust like bottom. Also, it is great for leftover veggies, meats, cheese, and is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Now you have found a use for all those Grower's Market Veggies!!
9x9 Pyrex square pan. Or any 9" pan of choice.
1 Cup of veggies or meat of choice.
1 Cup shredded cheese.
2 Cups Milk
1 Cup Bisquick
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
Grease bottom and sides of your pan.
Put veggies and any meat on bottom of pan.
Sprinkle cheese on top of veggies - on bottom of pan.
Mix Milk, Bisquick, Eggs, Salt, Pepper in a separate bowl. Mix well, use a mixer if necessary, get all the lumps out, (that is important), works so much better without the lumps.
Now, gently pour on top of veggies and cheese, (they will float towards the top).
Put in preheated 400 degree oven for 35-45 minutes, until done and set.
Then let it rest for 15 minutes on counter before you cut into it. (We admit we love it more the next day)!
Veggies on bottom. Egg Mixture Added. Baked. Yum.