[donotprint] I’m so excited to be writing this post. I’ve been anticipating what I would make and just decided this morning what it would be. I’m participating in My Kitchen Addiction’s Kitchen Bootcamp Challenge for the first time and I couldn’t be more excited! This month’s challenge was eggs, which honestly, I wasn’t too thrilled about. I’m not a big egg fan. The hubster is, though. He could probably eat eggs for breakfast every single day and be one happy camper, but I prefer yogurt, fruit, or something on the lighter side.
So, when I learned the challenge was eggs, my procrastinating nature took over. While I admit that procrastinating isn’t a good habit to get into, I must say it worked in my favor. While I was scanning the new catalogs that came in the mail the other day, I just happened to get one from King Arthur Flour. Lo and behold, as I was thumbing through its delicious pages, I came upon a recipe for a mushroom cheddar quiche. It looked delicious, the hubster loves mushrooms, and I could use it for my challenge recipe! Bingo..I’d found my recipe!
While I wouldn’t consider myself an egg making expert (I’ll leave that to the hubby), I have made my share of egg dishes. But something I had not previously made was a quiche. I had hoped to try and tackle a souffle for this challenge, but due to my procrastination, I ran out of time. Regardless, I was still happy with the challenge as it made me get outside my comfort zone, not only with the eggs, but also the mushrooms. (I’m not a big fan, but sacrificed for my husband.) 😉
So, here is the quiche recipe, adapted from King Arthur Flour.[/donotprint]