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Prosciutto Parmesan Quiche

Prosciutto Parmesan Quiche

Ingredients

For the Prosciutto Parmesan Quiche

  • 1 Premade (9-inch) deep-dish piecrust
  • 5 Large eggs
  • 1 Cup heavy cream
  • 1 Teaspoon salt
  • 1 (5.29-ounce) Package sliced prosciutto
  • 1 Cup shredded, Parmesan, Cheddar, or Swiss

Directions

For the Prosciutto Parmesan Quiche

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Place the piecrust on a baking sheet and set aside.

2. In a bowl, whisk together the eggs, cream, and salt until well combined.

3. Add the prosciutto and cheese and then whisk a few times, until the ingredients are combined.

4. Pour the egg mixture into the piecrust and bake for 40 to 45 minutes, or until the top is golden brown. The quiche will puff up. Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes (it will set). Slice and serve.

Nutritional Facts

Servings8

Calories Per Serving369

Folate equivalent (total)31µg8%

Riboflavin (B2)0.3mg17.5%


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


Perfect Quiche

I never thought my lifelong hunt for Perfect Quiche would end in a German town nestled among the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Near the heart of my beautiful state sits the tranquil and quaint town of Hermann. It has been chosen many times as Missouri’s most beautiful town and I can see why. It is a stunning place. Hermann is equally known for its beauty as it is for its wineries, and Stone Hill Winery is one of my husband’s and my favorites.

I had no idea when I ordered quiche at their Vintage Restaurant my search for the perfect quiche would come to a lip-smacking, heel-clicking end. It was PERFECT QUICHE! It had perfect texture, perfect balance of ingredients, perfect seasoning, and was perfectly gorgeous. I asked for the recipe and was almost giddy when the chef obliged. As I was leaving the restaurant, I didn’t know whether to sing Ooh-la-la or Oom-Pah-Pah.Our trip to Hermann was a most thoughtful Christmas gift from my son-in-law and daughter. They gave us a gift card to The Inn at Hermannhof and, we found out, it is a top-notch bed & breakfast. If you ever have the chance to visit, you won’t be disappointed. We had a large wrap-around porch right outside our room and I found myself just wanting to sit there relaxing while taking in the gorgeous views of Hermann and the Big Muddy.

Of course, Hermann is a German town and Germans are also known for their excellent beers. My husband considers beer a delicacy, and he never passes up a beer-tasting whenever samples are available. Tin Mill Brewing Company did not disappoint. Here is Mr. Happy right before taking the big dive.

And…we couldn’t resist having this little gem taken at Stone Hill Winery. I especially love my huge man-hands.

I hope you enjoyed hearing about our mini-vacation to this beautiful town, and I hope you enjoy PERFECT QUICHE.

Thank you Becky and Patrick – we had the best time, ever!!

(I should make a disclaimer. Ask ten people what their idea of the perfect chocolate chip cookie is, and you will get ten different answers. My PERFECT QUICHE might not be every person’s idea of perfect quiche, but it is perfect to me. I love this recipe, and I think you will, too.)


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