Duck Egg Quiche

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by gofasterstripe, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. I have NEVER EVER EVER in my life made anything....and Im not joking either. I make muffins out of a packet thats about it. Well this weekend I was in the recipe area and found quiche and got a flee up my booty.
    So went out and got all my fixings, sausage, mushrooms, onion, cheese and my own duck eggs. It will be ready in 10 mins.
    Hopefully my DH wont fall down dead when he gets home to eat it.

  2. ejctm

    ejctm Songster

    Apr 25, 2009

    He might fall down dead with the shock!!

    Lol, just kidding [​IMG]

    Once you get the cooking bug, you'll be whipping up lovely things to eat all the time. You'll just wish you did it sooner [​IMG]
  3. Sunny Side Up

    Sunny Side Up Count your many blessings...

    Mar 12, 2008
    Loxahatchee, Florida
    I make lots of quiche, and ever since I got ducks & duck eggs that's all I use in my recipe. My quiches are more like a rich egg pie, and now by using duck eggs I don't even have to add any additional cream or milk.

    First I make a crust:
    1 C + 2 T flour
    1/2 t salt
    1/3 C oil (I use extra-light tasting olive)
    2 T cold water

    Then I place a layer of sliced or chopped raw carrots across the bottom

    Next I thaw about 10 ounces or so of frozen chopped spinach (one whole box or part of a bag) and squeeze out the water
    Put that in a bowl and add about a dozen duck eggs and a couple tablespoons of seasoned salt (I like Spike original

    whip it all together with a big fork and pour it into the crust over the carrots

    Put foil around the crust to keep it from burning and bake at 350 for about 40 minutes, until it's set well. Then I put about 8 ounces of cheese, usually cheddar or colby-jack, on the top and put it back in the oven for another few minutes until it melts.

    This is good with baked or roasted potatoes cooked in the same oven.

    I hope your duck-egg quiche is deeeeeelicious!
  4. MrsDuck

    MrsDuck In the Brooder

    Aug 6, 2010
    Western WA
    Be sure to take it out of the oven before the middle is totally set - not liquid still, but not totally set (if that makes sense). Then let it rest for a few minutes and it will finish cooking. If you wait for it to be totally cooked in the middle the whole thing will be rubbery. At least that's what I've found.

    Yum! Duck egg quiche! Mmmmm....
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    I didnt burn the house down or anything. My mum will be so proud of me.
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    Knowing my DH, he will say so what bakery did you get that from [​IMG]
  7. ejctm

    ejctm Songster

    Apr 25, 2009
    Quote:LOL - that made me laugh gofaster!!

    If only they knew how much effort and love goes into baking something so beautiful and tasty, eh! It really does look lovely, and anybody who saw it would think you had been baking quiches for years and years. I am feeling really hungry now!

    Well done you!! [​IMG] [​IMG]

  8. Sunny Side Up

    Sunny Side Up Count your many blessings...

    Mar 12, 2008
    Loxahatchee, Florida
    [​IMG] and [​IMG]

    Please tell us the recipe you used, and how great it tasted! And what Mister said too.
  9. Quote:No recipe...... just made it up as i went along

    1 frozen pie crust....(wouldnt know HOW TO made a pie crust)

    2 1/2 smoked sausages
    1 handfull of cheddar cheese
    1 handfull of Mozarella cheese
    1/4 onion
    heap of mushroons..slices
    6 duck eggs
    salt, pepper

    cooked sausages, cut into chunks
    diced n sliced mushrooms n onions then cooked
    emptied it all into the crust with the cheese and eggs
    cooked on 375 for 1 hour

    Thank you all for your kind words, im ever so pleased with myself. If you all knew me you would know that I DONT COOK...i heat up.
    DH..bless his heart, I can give him beans on toast and he would tell me.. it was great honey, thank you.
    Tonight his eyes will fall out his head. I will get back to you all later if I dont die of food poisoning. [​IMG]
  10. Wifezilla

    Wifezilla Positively Ducky

    Oct 2, 2008
    It looks delicious [​IMG]

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