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Okay, time for leftover turkey recipes. What are your favorites. I will start with a new one -
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Posted to Thread #12812 at 3:56 am on Nov 30, 2008
Turkey Brocoli Quiche from Prepared Pantry
Turkey and Broccoli Quiche
This is a traditional quiche made in a deep dish pan. We spiced it with a little nutmeg and thought it was just right. You can reduce the amount or leave it out if you are not a nutmeg fan.
1 9-inch deep dish pie shell, unbaked
3 tablespoons finely chopped onion
1 tablespoon butter
1 cup chopped frozen cut broccoli pieces, set on the counter to thaw
1 cup chopped cooked turkey
1/3 cup shredded Swiss cheese
1 1/2 cups half-and-half or a combination of heavy cream and milk
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon salt
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
Sauté the onion in the butter. Set aside.
If the broccoli is not nearly thawed, defrost it in the microwave. Turn the broccoli onto a paper towel and pat dry. Spread the cooked onion, broccoli, turkey, and cheese on the bottom of the unbaked pie shell.
In a medium bowl, whisk the eggs, half-and-half, nutmeg, and salt together. Pour the egg mixture over the broccoli and into the pie shell.
Bake for 15 minutes at 425 degrees. Reduce the heat to 325° and continue baking for about 20 to 25 minutes, or until a knife inserted in center comes out clean.
Baker’s notes: If you like, you can place the pan on the wire rack of your oven and then pour the egg mixture in. That way, you will not need to worry about spilling the filling on the way to the oven.
You will need a deep dish pie pan for this dish. A dark metal deep dish pan will help bake the crust and eliminate a soggy crust. Placing the pan in the lower third of the oven where it will receive more heat on the bottom of the pan will help also.
Other messages in this thread:
- 12812. Okay, time for leftover turkey recipes. What are your favorites. I will start with a new one - - elaine - 3:56am on 11/30/08 (15)
- Wet made a sort of "wet burrito" with a bunch of ours, was delish! I recall there's a T&T rec here.. - Julie R - WA - 6:23am on 11/30/08
- Hmm, still can't find it. Anyhow, here's how we did it. Rec: Julie & Mom's Sour Cream Wet Burritos - Julie R - WA - 6:36am on 11/30/08
- We use the ever-popular Creamy Chicken Enchilada recipe and love it with turkey. [NT] - Marg CDN - 6:46pm on 11/30/08
- Ah ha! That must be what I was thinking of. There are two here on the swap... (links inside) - Julie R - WA - 7:05pm on 11/30/08
- I've made something similar to this, minus the pepperoni - Smoked Turkey, Avocado & Brie Sandwiches [LINK] - Meryl - 6:48am on 11/30/08
- We made roast chicken, but here's a sandwich I make with leftover chicken or - Meryl - 6:54am on 11/30/08
- Here's a turkey chili I saved in my files (haven't tried it): [LINK] - Meryl - 6:58am on 11/30/08
- This white chili recipe is also *wonderful* :) Rec: Excellent White Chili [LINK] - Julie R - WA - 7:37am on 11/30/08
- REC: Turkey Salad using Penzeys new Mural of Flavor seasoning blend. This seasoning is fabulous... - Marianne - 5:05pm on 11/30/08
- Please ignore above post. I hit the wrong key and sent it incomplete. Let's try again... [LINK] - Marianne - 5:19pm on 11/30/08
- Marianne, you can go into your original post and edit in what you left out here on FK. [NT] - AngAk - 9:41pm on 12/01/08
- Rec: Turkey Tetrazzini - Pat-NoCal - 3:37pm on 12/01/08
- Yep, we usually make a tertrazzini, too! :) Peggy's rec loaded at this link. Need to add notes. [NT] [LINK] - Julie R - WA - 6:38pm on 12/01/08
- White Chili for the Third Day after Thanksgiving. - Richard in Cincy - 7:38pm on 12/01/08
- LOL, this sounds like my Turkey Rice soup with a bunch of leftovers thrown in - AngAk - 9:49pm on 12/01/08