This is a super yummy, very hearty quiche/pizza/casserole (it's so good, it needs lots of adjectives!)
You don't have to measure anything here--just experiment with it and use what you have!
Start by browning a package of Italian sausage (preferrably msg- & nitrate-free). I threw in a handful of minced dried onions while it was browning.
Shred some mozzerella (or your fave) cheese while the meat is cooking. I don't use pre-shredded cheese. Did you know they add potato starch to pre-shredded cheese to keep it from sticking together? BAD! Not good for low-carbers. Sneaky little buzzards.
In a big bowl, mix all your ingredients. I used 8 eggs.
Throw in about a cup of Parmesan. (Grated from a canister is fine/ feel free to use fresh if you've got it.)
Throw in 1-2 cups of fresh or frozen spinach, and add lots of chopped onions, peppers, mushrooms, and black olives.
Mix. Pour into a well-greased baking dish. I used a 9x13 glass dish.
I bake mine under the broiler and just keep an eye on it until it's set. Time just depends on your oven and how thick your mixture is. Just keep an eye on it. Don't walk away!
When it's nearly set, add a layer of sauce (I used cheap pizza sauce when I took these pics, but I've since found gluten-free chopped tomatoes with Italian seasonings. This would be perfectly wonderful with freshly sliced tomatoes too!), pepperoni and extra cheese to top when it's nearly done.
Yes, it IS as good as it looks. Hubby even had seconds.Also makes a great breakfast. YUMMM.
Life is Good
Live Like You Mean It!
(and don't eat sugar, it's evil)
This little side blog of mine used to be mostly about food and health, and now it's mostly about Jesus.
Egg Nog Shake
Spicy Seasoning Mix
Spinach Pizza Quiche
Cheesy Broccoli Soup