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Breakfast for Dinner/ Early Tailgater...

Just a couple of suggestions for the newest recipe I put to the Bud Light taste test-
Bud Light Cheesy Quiche.... 


2-cups Sharp Cheddar Cheese, shredded
2 Tbs flour
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp mustard (I used Honey Dejon)
4 eggs beaten (you can do egg whites)
8 slices of bacon, crispy
1 cup of fat free milk
1/2 cup of Bud Light
1/4 cup of diced onion/or 1 TBs onionpowder
1 tsp garlic powder, or  1/2 clove of garlic
1 tsp black pepper
-pie shell ( I used pillsbury, had a nice flake to it and tasty)


You can add more 1/2 cup more of your favorite meats, and/or veggies.  Your favorite cheese instead of cheddar works too.Mix the cheese, flour and salt in a separate bowl.  Beat the eggs, then add the milk, Bud Light crumbled bacon and onion. Mix together, then add the cheese mixture.  Pour into an unbaked pie shell . Bake at 350 for about 50 minutes or until golden brown on top and set/not liquid in the middle. Fork/knife test  it.

Let it cool  and serve.  It's a tasty breakfast for dinner dish. You could make it the night before for a morning start tailgater.  I liked it, but for me it needed a bit more kick. So the next time, I would add another meat, like a sausage, and some veggies like mushrooms. I would use a bit spicer cheese. But for a 1st time /Quiche for me it turned out yummy, you can taste the Bud Light kick, but it works in nicely.  Of course, if you love HOT, you can add peppers and/or add some hot sauce when you serve it.

Give the Bud Light Quiche a try, with some of your favorites. Easy to make and very tasty!



 

 





 
09/25/2011 11:00PM
Breakfast for Dinner/ Early Tailgater...
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