Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Broccoli, Potato and Egg Pie with Cheddar and Bacon


Okay, as you can tell I'm still on my Broccoli kick.   I'm that kind 
of person......if I get stuck on something I can eat it for a long time 
much to my families dismay.  Well, they can just relax because 
next I'm on to my Oscar night party and not one thing has broccoli 
in it.  So there......  ;)

I found this recipe on the Cabot cheese website.   You can click 
here for the recipe.  Jim and I order cheese from them quite often 
and when I ran across this dish I really wanted to try this technique 
for the crust.  It uses a roll of Pillsbury bread sticks.  Yeah, that's what 
I thought but it worked.  







You pinch the bread stick dough together and spiral it around like 
you are making a clay pot or something.  It calls for a pie plate but 
I wanted to use my new tart tin that Jim got me for Christmas so I 
opted for that.  It cooked up beautifully!  If you like a little doughier 
crust you could use this in place of pie crust on just about any quiche.



This egg pie would be great anytime and would be terrific in a lunch 
box as well.  It reheats beautifully!   Now.....I wonder what my next kick 
will be?


32 comments:

  1. Following back! Great blog! Lots of yummy looking stuff here =)

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  2. This looks amazing and now my mouth waters for food. :)

    Thanks for stopping over. Following back and looking forward to more!

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  3. That looks awesome! I am following you on GFC as RambleSAHM!
    Follow me.
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  4. Oooo, that looks delicious. I also love your blog's header!

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  5. Mmmm, anything that says Cabot on it is usually delicious! Looking forward to your Oscar recipes! Have a good one!

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  6. Thanks for the follow :) I love your blog, I'm always looking for new recipes to try.

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  7. Looks sooooo good! Would work well with Spinach, Mushrooms, anything! Can't wait to try it!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Patty
    http://anothercookieplease.blogspot.com

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  8. Thanks for stopping by and following Frazzled Mama. I'm following you back.

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  9. OMG I have workers here putting in new flooring and I haven't eaten since 6am and this just about took me over the edge....this looks sinfully DELICIOUS!

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  10. I LOVE broccoli SO much! I am going to have to give this one a try! Thanks so much for linking up to Thrilling Thursday @ Paisley Passions. If you have time, come by and link up to Fun w/Food Friday tomorrow too :) Have a great weekend!

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  11. That looks so good!
    Thanks for stopping by The Blog Entourage & my new blogs. I'm already a follower. Please join us on FB where you can promote your own posts. http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Blog-Entourage/125418247524715 I'd love to have your recipe posts on there!

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  12. Hi, thanks for your comment on Bentobloggy.com! I'm following you now. Love eggs, quiche, pies, nice recipe!

    -Emily
    Bentobloggy.com

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  13. Looks yummy!!

    Sadie x

    http://brandnewbutterflywings.blogspot.com/

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  14. I am just like that too. I got onto a lemon kick not too long ago and I posted 3 lemon recipes in a row. I do love lemon so! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I just noticed your greek Yoghurt post. I have a post scheduled for tomorrow on Greek Yogurt. I will link my post to yours and hopefully you will get some visitors. Thanks for stopping by. Jana www.adoctorandanurse.com

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  15. This looks good, too! Of course, Pillsbury bread sticks are pretty darn good!

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  16. Looks so good! I am following you on GFC. :)

    Ashley
    www.thethriftywife.com

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  17. That sounds yummy. I haven't tried using that for a pie crust, but I do use the Pillsbury croissants to make a ring. You simply unroll the croissants. Place them in a circle on a cookie sheet or baking stone. Since they roll out to triangles, you over lap them on two of the sides and have the third triangle point sticking out. On the overlapped part, you put your filling (great for taco meat with cheese). Then you flip the third point over top of the filling. You use instructions on package of croissant rolls to bake.

    Hopping on over from the Thirsty Thursday Blog Hop. I am a new follower.

    Wakela's World

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  18. following back from the blog hop

    www.mummahh.blogspot.com
    x

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  19. This one looks good! I'm off to print the recipe.
    Janet W
    http://homeschoolblogger.com/wdworkman/

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  20. Awesome recipe. Thanks for stopping into my blog. I'm following you back :). Hope you have a great weekend.

    BK

    www.immortylcafe.com

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  21. Looks yummy! Thanks for stopping by! I'm your newest follower now! :)

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  22. Hi, I am a new follower who found you through the You Like Me Friday Blog Hop. I love to find new blogs to follow, so I’m looking forward to following yours. If you are able, I appreciate a follow back ~ I’m still a new blogger and a growing blog is a happy blog!
    Thank you!
    ~KerrieLynn ღೋ☙❤
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  23. A million thanks for stopping by my blog and showing love! I am SO glad that you did becuase I have been in search for some new blogs that focus on cooking. This is why I love blog hops :) I really can't wait to sit down and go through your blog and makes some new dinners....the hubs will thank you too!!!

    ~KM
    http://www.SAHMingitontheplains.blogspot.com

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  24. You just can't top anything with potatoes, bacon and cheddar! Looks delicious!

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  25. Looks Yummy, Following back from blog hop, thanks for stopping by!
    Angela & Angelica
    Groovy Baby Blog

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  26. Love your blog too! AND following back! {and now...I'm hungry!!! WOW!} Have a great weekend!

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  27. Oh--I so would like a piece of this right now. I will have to give it try--yum! Follow back from bh. Happy I found you! Janae

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  28. looks so delicious!!!! i am so glad i found you on blog hop!definitely be following all your food posts. getting hungry over here!

    caroline
    http://turknoy.blogspot.com

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  29. that looks delicious!! and I am in love with the look of your site!
    I'm a new follower and would love the follow back :o)
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