A Breakfast Quiche of Sausage, Onion, Green Pepper & Cheese

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Sausage, onion, green peppers and cheese all have the makings of a really delicious breakfast quiche. Make a breakfast quiche of sausage, onion, green peppers and cheese with help from a former successful international model turned celebrity chef and award-winning author in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm chef Maria Liberati, author of the Gourmand World award winning book series The Basic Art of Italian Cooking, and I'm here today in the kitchen showroom of Game and Design Remodeling in Harleysville, PA. I hope you're hungry because we're making a breakfast quiche of sausage, onion, green pepper and cheese. So we're going to start with four eggs, we've broken then into the bowl and wire whisked them. It you only have a fork, that's fine too. But whisk them till they are well blended, either with your fork or your wire whisk. And then you're going to put in a quarter cup of chopped, actually these are minced onions, quarter cup of chopped green pepper, quarter cup of shredded cheddar cheese and four ounces of breakfast sausage. And we're just going to stir this together, a little pinch of salt, a pinch of freshly ground black pepper. Now you can make these quiches in individual pans or you can take a large pan and make a large one for all your guests. Use a pre-made pie crust, but make sure you put little fork pricks at the bottom of this pie crusts so the the steam will not ruin the crust. And what you're going to do is pour your mixture right in here. OK. We're going to bake this in the oven at about 400 degrees for 40 minutes and I made an individual quiche before. We can bake this at 400 degrees for 30 minutes, the individual quiches. Just be sure that whether it's the large quiche or the small one, the eggs are not runny and their firm when you pull the pan out of the oven, make sure it's firm. And you're ready to go. You can serve these individual quiches or if you do a large one you can cut those into pie pieces. I'm chef Maria Liberati, author of Gourmand World award winning book series, The Basic Art of Italian Cooking, here in the kitchen showroom of Game and Design Remodeling in Harleysville, PA. And that is our breakfast quiche. Thanks for watching.

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