Sunday Brunch Quiche

My go-to Sunday brunch menu always centers around this amazingly simple and yet elegant looking Martha Stewart hashbrown-crust quiche.   We had friends over for brunch today so of course I whipped it up.   It takes a little bit of time, but it’s really worth it.

If I haven’t mentioned it before, I’m not much of a recipe follower.  I’m a recipe adapter.  Sure, I read lots of recipes … but mostly for inspiration and to get the general gist.  And then I do my own thing.  In this case, I think improvising a little really make the quiche come to life.   The basic recipe (click here for it) is really yummy, but I think it’s lacking something … so I take the original recipe and add some “extras” to kick it up a notch. My extras today included chicken apple sausage, onion, red bell pepper and spinach.


You can really add in anything you’d like — just chop and cook up your add-ins and mix them into the egg mixture and otherwise follow the recipe and you’ll be fine.

First, I chopped up and sautéed my chicken apple sausage in one skillet.


And sautéed together the 1/2 onion, red bell pepper and 2 cups of chopped spinach in another.


I also got the hashbrown mixture all mixed together and into the springform pan.  The measuring cup really makes the crust-making process so simple.


After baking the crust as the recipe calls for, I mixed the eggs, goat cheese, sour cream and my “extras” together and poured them into the crust.  Into the oven it went…. and voila!  So delicious, easy, and beautiful!

2 thoughts on “Sunday Brunch Quiche

  1. Made this for yet another brunch get together this weekend! Super yummy, impressive, yet easy! Followed your advice and put in some extras! I think I’m going to try bacon next time. What doesn’t taste good with bacon. 🙂

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