Of all of the spinach quiches I’ve tried over time, this classic French model is my favourite. I was looking throughout for the impossible quiche recipe, checked out my Bisquick box and no recipe…went on-line..not the recipe I remebered it to be.I made regular quiche tonight, then appeared on-line once more for the Bisquick recipe, discovered yours!
Consistent with the low-fats weight loss plan recommendations that grew to become so widespread within the early 80s, I had tossed many recipes for the heavy, wealthy meals we favored then into the back of my wooden recipe card file and principally forgot about them, as I had forgotten the not possible quiche.
I most likely looked like an fool in the baking goods aisle, reading glasses perched on my nose, pulling out completely different sized bins of Biquick, scouring the minuscule print on tops, bottoms, sides, fronts, and backs for any signal of the impossible quiche recipe.
Yes, I remember those impossible pies from my childhood and after reading all the feedback decided to clean out my frig by making my variation of impossible pie, added mushrooms, onions, zuchinni, 1/2 pet milk, half of milk, swiss cheese and can high it with chopped tomatoes and parmesan when eradicating from oven.
I’ve the original recipe booklet from 1983…all the inconceivable pies are in it…from Inconceivable Bacon, to Seafood, to Taco, to Brownie to Cheesecake to Zucchini/Tomato…the one one I’m having trouble with is the Cheesecake…It was on the again page and a few of the edge of the booklet chipped off (that is how dried up this booklet is)…so now I do not know the exact measurements for sugar and Bisquick in the recipe…the remaining is all there.