Quiche with broccoli and turkey bacon

Quiche with broccoli and turkey bacon

Bacon turkey is thin strips of smoked turkey thigh that are not as greasy as traditional pork bacon, but when baked, they are just as appetizing and crunchy. In this recipe, strips of turkey bacon are intertwined in a grid, and you get an excellent topping for the classic broccoli quiche. Quiche with broccoli and turkey bacon.

This treat will definitely impress your guests, not only with its original appearance, but also with a combination of tastes and textures of crumbly cake, tender juicy filling, and crunchy topping. Take the purchased dough for this kish, and it will be a pleasure to cook it.


Cooking time one hour
Designed for 6 servings
Chilled pie dough 14.11oz
Bacon turkey 11 strips
Grated cheddar 3.53oz
Milk 5 tablespoons
Large eggs 10 PCs
Frozen broccoli inflorescences  5.29oz
Tomatoes 2 PCs
Salt 1 teaspoon

Instruction: Quiche with broccoli and turkey bacon.

Preheat the oven to 392F degrees. Expand the pie dough layer and place it in a medium form.
Arrange 6 strips of bacon one above the other in a square on a baking sheet; the edges should touch, but not overlap. Next, work with one of the remaining strips at a time, interlacing them at the top and bottom to make a grid. Cut the tomatoes into small pieces.

In a medium bowl, combine the cheddar, milk, eggs, tomatoes, broccoli, 1 teaspoon of salt, and a little freshly ground black pepper. Put on the dough in the form. Bake the bacon rack and quiche on separate baking sheets until the bacon is just beginning to fry and the quiche is slightly set, but still quivering in the center, about 15 minutes.
Use two spatulas to transfer the bacon rack to the top of the kish. Continue baking until the bacon is crisp and the quiche is completely set, another 15-20 minutes. Let stand for 10 minutes then serve. Bon Appetit!