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Quichzza (It’s A Quiche Pizza!)

Credits: Imma Eat That

Kylie wrote this recipe through improvisation and intuition, spurred on by some of her favorite egg accompaniments and pizza tricks. Be glad she did! This is a tasty twist on quiche that will invite your creativity and leave your taste buds dancing. It’s a one-skillet baked dish, easy to prepare and delicious for the whole family.

You will need pizza dough. Make it at home or buy it pre-made, the choice is yours. Lay the rolled-out dough in a large skillet greased with olive oil and a pinch of cornmeal, letting a bit of the edge of the dough hang slightly over the side of the skillet. Next scramble some eggs (just mixed, not cooked!) with cheese and whatever else you might like—bell peppers, onions, ham, mushrooms … the list goes on. Spinach! Because Popeye is the best thing ever. And it is very healthy. Remember to measure the scrambled-egg ingredients so that they fit in the skillet in such a way that the top of the dough is still visible. Now to bake.

It needs to bake hot. 450 degrees Fahrenheit is good. Bake for about 25 minutes, but check frequently to make sure the crust is not browning too much before the eggs set. If you are afraid the crust is getting burnt, cover it with some aluminum foil. Once the eggs have set, toss on some toppings. Kylie went for avocado, bacon, and basil, but the sky’s the limit. Quiche-pizza-pie has never tasted so good! All the best.

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