I've been feeling like I've been making the same old thing fairly often for supper. I was thinking I was going to make potato and leek soup tonight, which I've featured before, but I got home from supper later than usual and knew I wouldn't have enough time for it to be really good, so I took mental stock of what I had in the fridge and thought... quiche!
Remember those pie crusts I made a while ago? Apart from the pumpkin pie, the others were in the freezer. I took one out.
I had mushrooms in the fridge and started to fry some in a little butter.
I added a half a chopped onion to the mushrooms and fried them all until the onions were soft and the mushrooms were a bit browned.
I still had some of this shredded cheese left from a previous recipe.
Eggs aren't a problem anymore, always have some on hand. I used four. They got beaten up with a can of evaporated milk (I didn't have any cream). Salt, pepper, and a dash of nutmeg, and then I poured the mixture over the cut up bacon, onions, cheese, and mushrooms.
The quiche went into a 350 degree oven for about 40 minutes (it didn't seem quite set in the middle after 30), then it sat on the counter for a few minutes. It was SOOO good and it was easy because I had everything on hand. Dinner is served.