Sunday, September 13, 2009

Mini Sausage Quiche


I tried this new recipe out today from a Taste of Home. I made a few adaptions, but it was pretty good, and it might be a good dish to take to a party. It was relatively easy,and yummy.
Mini-Sausage Quiche (24)
1. Roll out, and cut 24 squares out of one can of canned Crescent Rolls, and line the bottoms, and sides of mini-muffin tins with these squares (the recipe called for half of this amount of dough....are they kidding? It needs a full can for 24, or it would be way too bland).
2. Brown 1/2 pound of Italian Sausage, 1 T. of diced onion (I added two) in a pan (4-5 minutes). Drain grease, and add 1 T. of green onion (again, I added two). Spoon mix into bottom of the crescent cups.
3. Mix 1 lb of grated Swiss Cheese, two eggs, 1/2 cup of cottage cheese, and 1/3 cup of Parmesan Cheese (these measurements are cut down quite a bit from the original recipe, but it was plenty). Spoon over sausage mix, and sprinkle each quiche with paprika.
4. Bake at 375 for 20-25 minutes.

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