It’s bright and early. You woke up on the right side of the bed. You are feeling amazing and you have this unrelenting urge of wanting to dish out an incredible breakfast. Now the very big question to ask yourself:
Will it have some taters? – Yep.
Will you want some meat in it? – That’s not even a question. So, of course. In fact, make it 2 types of meat.
Will there be some greens? – But of course. Not just greens, but a hell load of reds too.
Cheese? – Why the hell not.
What about eggs? Surely that’d be too much? – Of course not, crazy. Eggs are great! It ain’t breakfast without eggs.
Now that we are clear on the ingredients needed, let’s also just be clear that we do not want to spend more than 10 minutes on our feet or more than half an hour waiting around for breakfast.
Have you caught on with this month’s theme yet?
If you haven’t let me give you a clue: the ingredients used is not the challenge; neither is the time required to cook it nor the colours of green and reds. Rather, I thought I’d keep the theme broad.
1000 points if you have guessed breakfast. And when it comes to that, every once in a while, I like a hearty one with a little bit of everything I could get my hands on. After all, it is the important meal of the day.
There really isn’t anything better than to start your day with a hearty, meaty, cheesy and eggy baked quiche on a weekend. Just go real easy on the salt.
Hearty Breakfast Quiche
A hearty breakfast mini muffiny eggy quiche that is apt for brunch and would last you till after midday!
Saute chopped onions for a few minutes. Add in chicken meat till they get a little browned
Then add in the rest of the ingredients.
Stir well. Set aside.
Get the muffin tray ready. Spray with grease. Set aside
In a separate container, whisk eggs and milk together
Add in Parmesan cheese and stir well
Add salt and pepper to taste
Mix in the cooked ingredients together into the batter
Pour all of the mixed ingredients into the muffin tray
Bake for about half an hour or till the top turns brown
These quiche can be kept refrigerated for 2-3 days and reheated again when you are ready to devour. The use of potatoes make is what made this quiche dish heartier. Feel free to omit if you don't like it.
With this month’s theme, I’m heartened to once again give my awesome buddy a big, huge hug as I honour this month’s theme with my tribute to Gen for contributing so much inspiration to creative cooking. Because, comes rain, shine or arthritis, Gen always, always keep you going.