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When you hear the word “Quiche,” most people think of a fluffy egg pie, with a crispy crust. This recipe takes it to a whole new level by incorporating the buttery crunch of fried potatoes. Now you can have all your breakfast goodies, packed into one piping hot spot!
Although many fear messing up a quiche, it is actually on the simpler side of recipes. It’s easy to make, and it preserves fabulously. This quiche substitutes thinly sliced potatoes (I recommend a mandolin if you have one), that line the pie pan, rather than your usual pastry crust. The only hard part about this recipe is waiting to bite into the robust flavors. Quiches require patience. This recipe yields 6-8 servings, and takes about 90 minutes from start to finish. No doubt the results will have you tacking this to your favorite recipe list!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network
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