Quiche baby time!
I'm going to be walking through how I make these things, cause they're pretty good.
This is only really for dumbfucks who've never made quiche before, because the recipe is bog standard as shit.
Three eggs, 4 slices applewood bacon, clove of garlic, 4th an onion, 1/2 teaspoon each of salt and pepper, half and half, half a cup of swiss cheese grated, and an 8-cup muffin tin with a shitton of pam.
Put that bacon in the skilleta nd watch it sizzle
In the meantime, dice the onions and garlic.
Finish with the bacon and drain the grease, I assume I don't havr to go in detail on that.
Clean out the skillet, and put in a healthy heaping of butter and then the garlic soon afterward.
Also, turn the oven on around 350.
Wait until the garlic is fragrant then mix in the onions and sautee until golden brown and tender.
While that's cooking, mix three eggs together, put them in a pourable measuring cup, then fill with half-half until the mixture reaches one cup. Pictured is the mixture, witb salt and pepper mixed in.
I'll keep postin then
Are you using pre-made crust or just being lazy and dumping the eggs, bacon and cheese into the greased muffin tin?
Not sure I would consider it quiche unless it's in a crust of some form.
Next, shred the bacon and mix it with the cheese.
I mean, yeah, I expect as much. /ck/ without nitpicking and bitching just isn't /ck/
As you might expect, dumping it into the muffin tin.
It's better eith a crust, but less carbs this way, so eh.
Besides, ai'm working with what I have on hand.
Ehen the onions cool down a bit, dump them in with the other filling. Now, heavily grease the muffin tin and place the filling equally among the cups, like so.
Don't be afraid to pam it too much, you really don't want these sticking to the tin.
Next, poor the mixture into the cups.
Whatever you do, make sure not to pour it all in in one pass; make sure to keep some left over in the case that some got more than others.
Finally, go ahead and pop them in the oven.
They should cook around 20-22 minutes at a respectable 350° F.
Finally, take them out of the oven, let them sit a minute, and voila!
Tiny little egg babies. Make sure to let them sit on a cooling rack or something similar, dor obvious reasons.
The three eggs was done because there's no crust to give them shape and hold together. If you are making little crusts for them, I'd advise changing the porportions to two eggs with a half cup of half&half, so they'll be a bit softer.
Try them out yourself! They're good and relatively easy.