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Marcilia and Lloyd
EGGS, scrambled - One egg per enchilada
BACON, cooked and chopped - One piece of bacon for every two enchiladas
CHEESE, shredded - As desired on each enchilada
TORTILLAS, raw flour - Flip on stove top until fluffy
HEAVY CREAM - Two cups
SALSA - drained
Preheat oven to 375
Mix scrambled eggs, shredded cheese, chopped bacon, and wrap up mixture in cooked tortillas
Place each in casserole dish
Pour 2 cups heavy cream in a small pot on the stove on medium heat. Mix with the one jar of drained salsa and bring to a boil or until thickened
Pour sauce over enchilada dish and place in oven for 30 minutes
Simple Crust-less quiche
EGGS - One egg makes one slice of quiche
CHEESE, shredded - I prefer Colby Jack or mozzarella
HEAVY CREAM - For every two eggs used, a half cup of cream is required
Don't be afraid to throw spinach, sausage, bacon, or anything else tasty in!
Preheat oven to 375.
Beat eggs completely before adding heavy cream.
Beat eggs and heavy cream completely before adding additional ingredients.
Pour quiche mixture into adequately sized pan. The quiche will rise considerably, so make sure ingredients are filling the pan halfway.
Bake until top is golden brown. Depending on how large the dish is, this can take from 25 to 45 minutes.