Brie & Ham Quiche

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Brie and ham quiche is really easy to make and is a process that starts with caramelized onions. Make brie and ham quiche with help from a writer, home cook, recipe developer, party planner, and hostess in San Francisco in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Katie Sweeney, and I'm going to show you how to make ham and brie quiche with carmelized onions. We're gonna start with carmelized onions. What I'm doing here is I'm taking a whole onion and I'm thinly slicing it into little half moons. So we've got a pan preheating with about a tablespoon and a half of olive oil and we're gonna get our sliced onions in it and then we're gonna sprinkle a little bit of sugar over the top to help with the carmelization. Our onions have cooked down and they're nicely carmelized and we've layered them in the bottom of a pie crust. This pie crust can be homemade or store bought today, to save time I'm using a store bought crust. From there we're gonna layer in 6 slices of ham and one small wedge of brie that I diced into little pieces. Now we're gonna make the egg mixture and we're gonna crack 5 eggs into a large bowl. To this we're gonna add about half a cup of Parmesan cheese, one and a half cups of heavy cream, and some fresh thyme. A couple of sprigs. We're gonna generously season this with a little salt and pepper and then whisk all the ingredients to combine. Now we're gonna pour the mixture over our onions, eggs, and ham. Be careful depending on the size of your pie crust it can be a little full. Our quiche is good to go and we're gonna stick it in the oven for 45 minutes to an hour at 325 degrees. We've taken our quiche out of the onion and let it rest for 10 minutes and now we're gonna slice into it and see how it tastes. To die for. This brie and ham quiche is calling my name so you'll have to excuse me I'm gonna take a bite.


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