I wanted to share this *gluten-free* recipe my family has been enjoying for several months now. We’ve always had the problem of making quiche hearty enough for our whole family and so because of that, this recipe evolved. It’s hard to write down amounts because we don’t have a recipe, but I’ll try my best. I’m going to write down what our family does to make a 9 x 13 pan of it, but you’ll have to up or down the quantities depending on the amount of people it feeds.
Ingredients: everything is organic
8-9 medium potatoes, thinly sliced
1 dozen eggs, beaten
1/3 cup milk
1 lb. cooked pork sausage
Salt and pepper to taste
Chopped green pepper or broccoli (optional)
Take potatoes and make layers 1 inch thick in buttered 9 x 13 pan. (We also use a skillet, but different directions apply to that). Bake for 15-30 minutes in the oven, uncovered, on 350. (Ovens have different heat, so you’re just looking for the potatoes to be slightly hard, but you can put a fork into one). While baking, combine cooked pork sausage, eggs, milk, and seasoning together in a bowl. (If you want to add veggies, now would be the time). When the potatoes are ready but NOT totally done, take them out and pour the mixture over them. Put it back in the oven on the same temperature for about 30 minutes. Then take it out and see if the eggs are cooked. Note: Sometimes water will gather on top and make it seem like the eggs aren’t done. Just try to spoon out the liquid on top (it’s often the juice from the pork) and check with a fork to see if both potatoes and eggs are done. You can serve it with sour cream on top, which makes it taste super good- but if you have a dairy intolerance or are just on a diet, it’s fine without it too : ) Enjoy!