Ground Beef Quiche
This hearty quiche is perfect to serve overnight guests because it's so easy to make. Your guests will love the delicious combination of beef and Swiss cheese.
This hearty quiche is perfect to serve overnight guests because it's so easy to make. Your guests will love the delicious combination of beef and Swiss cheese.
My husband, son and I all liked this recipe very much. It was definitely flavorful and presented well. I used ground beef/veal/pork (meatball or meatloaf mix) instead of straight ground beef. I am not sure if the mayonnaise is really necessary, and may omit it the next time I make it to save some calories.Read More
My husband, son and I all liked this recipe very much. It was definitely flavorful and presented well. I used ground beef/veal/pork (meatball or meatloaf mix) instead of straight ground beef. I am not sure if the mayonnaise is really necessary, and may omit it the next time I make it to save some calories.
This was a great recipe but I added a few things. 1/2 cup fresh chopped spinach and instead of beef I gave it more flavor by using pork sausage. My family loved it!
Tasty. I left out the mayo, but did everything else exactly. I want to add more to it, but not sure what- I'll try olives and dried tomatoes next time. Quick and easy!
Very easy and tasty recipe. I used the Pie Crust IV recipe with whole wheat flour and baked the pie crust w/o the filling for about 10-15 minutes (while preparing the filling). Otherwise I don't think the crust would've cooked enough. For the filling: I added a large potato that I chopped into small cubes and browned it with the onions and beef, definitely recommend adding the potato which adds a nice texture to the quiche. I only used half an onion, next time I will add the whole onion because I felt the onion was lost in the mix. I didn't have any broccoli, but thought that would be a nice addition as well. I added an extra egg because there was a lot of filling. To make it healthier: I used less mayo (about 1/4 cup but probably could try it w/o any mayo) and less cheese (1/2 cup each was more than enough). Easy way to use up leftover ground beef.
I prepared this quiche exactly as the directions stated minus the mayonnaise (because I had run out and didn't know it!) Since I only have my hubby and I to cook for, we ate on this for 2 days! It was very delicious.
This is a really tasty quiche!!! It is simple and easy to make and is versitale because you can add so many different ingredients to suit your own taste. I have made this several times using finely chopped broccoli or spinach and red or green bell peppers. It is really good reheated as leftovers too!
Awesome! One of the things I really liked about this recipe is how easily it is modified to suit your taste. I replaced the ground beef with medium country sausage, and used a couple minced garlic cloves rather than garlic powder. I also added chopped mushrooms. Both my wife and I LOVED it!
The idea is good, but needs more ingredients. I added potatoes and broccoli and more pepper to give this more flavor and appeal.
This recipe was easy to follow and a big hit at the dinner table. I used ground sausage because that was what was easy to grab from the freezer. Delicious and hardy.
This was tasty, but if I made it again I would use Bob Evans savory bulk sausage and skip the oregano and just use cheddar cheese....great with a side of salad.
My family really enjoyed this recipe. I omitted the mayo because we didn't have any on hand. i made this into a taco quiche and added the cheese on top. I have a picky 5 yr. old who never eats anything new I make until I made this. She had seconds. I will have to try it another way sometime just to see what happens.
My whole family loved it! the second time i left out the mayo and added 3 oz of real bacon bits to round out the flovor. The oregano was differant but it was good. My 5 year old asks for "cheeseburger pie" all of the time!!! Thanks so much! :)
I added spinach and more seasoning it's a delicious recipe!
I made this exactly as written....fabulous! I was concerned after reading some of the comments, but it was wonderful. The mixture of swiss and cheddar was perfect.
this is so good! i used ground turkey instead of beef and i added sliced black olives.
This recipe is wonderful!! Fairly simple to assemble and good and hearty. I doubled the recipe for two pie shells and added small cubed potatoes as another reviewer suggested. Wow! The potatoes make a huge difference, they make the meal more filling and give it a great texture. I also added a good dose of Italian seasoning to the gound beef which gave it a good flavor, this may make a big difference for those that didn't care for the taste of the ground beef in this recipe. Also be sure to add your seasonings to the meat mixture so you can taste and adjust for good flavor. Adding a handful of chopped fresh spinach makes this an all around great recipe. Can't wait for my family to get home and try it!
This is good for a quick dinner, can't really picture eating it for breakfast.
this was pretty good!i did change things a bit by making it like a steak and cheese grinder.i added sweet red peppers and mushrooms and extra cheese.it was delish and i've made it several times.you can even use canned cresent rolls for the crust,just press seams together and shape into pie plate.
I thought this recipe was ok. My husband really liked it but we both agreed it needs more flavor. Our 3 kids really didn't care for it. It was just ok.
I made this for my sweetie he was on a low-carb diet so i left out the pastry shell and just greased the pan. I added spinach and mushrooms and topped with cheese. It was awesome. will make again for sure.
I decided to make this for dinner to use up the rest of my hamburger. I took one of the other viewers idea and threw together a salad too this made a nice plate for my husband and I. Thanks for the recipe.
This was very tasty. I omitted the mayo and added some diced potatoes and this was by far my most favorite quiche!
Wow! I thought this was only going to be so-so and boy was I surprised! My husband and I both LOVED it! Followed the recipe exactly except I didn't have any oregano so I subbed "italian seasonings". I can't stand mayo and thought it would ruin the dish for me but it definitely did not---didn't taste "mayo-y" at all! Easy and tasty means it's a keeper for us for sure!
Delicious. I goofed and put broccoli instead of basil, but it came out great!
we loved it! couple changes due to what i had on hand: spicy ground Italian sausage instead of beef, no crust (just sprayed the pan with cooking oil), onion powder instead of onion, the cheddar cheese only (1 cup, any more would have been too much cheese). After cooking for 20 min, added some parsley flakes to the top. it was great thanks
This was just about as easy as the Bisquick impossible cheeseburger pie recipe, and we enjoyed it more. My husband pronounced it "finally, a quiche I like." I only had garlic powder with herbs already in, so I cut back on the oregano. And I forgot to chop up onions before browning the beef, so I used onion salt and cut back on the salt. Next time I'll try lowfat versions of everything and see if it's still as yummy!
I omitted oregano and added black olives, oh yeah and used pepper jack, which gave it a kick. I thought it was awesome, my 5yr old didn't like it, but I'll just make adjustments to suit him next time.
I thought this recipe was pretty tasty and the hubby loved it!! I did use closer to a whole lb of ground beef (I just didn't want to have that little bit of meat left over then have to try to figure out something to do with it). Since I used more meat I cut back a little bit on the the mayo and cheese. I think it came out great! We ate some for dinner then I warmed up the rest for breakfast the next morning. I figured what the heck it has eggs in it....and I didn't have to do anything on an early Sat morning but turn on the oven; can't beat that!!
Great easy recipe...the oregano really add that extra umph. Husband raved about it and even ate leftovers.
Left out the mayo, and didn't have any Swiss, but fantastic nonetheless! Will make this again.
Substitute sage sausage for ground beef and you have the perfect breakfast quiche. Great with fresh fruit.
okay recipe.My kids were not fans but I like quiche so it was okay.I was low on cheese so didnt get the full benefit of that element for the recipe.
It worked out well and the quiche ended up HUGE! I needed 1.5 pie crust dough to fill the tray and the quiche had no problem filling that aswell. It tasted nice but I personally think it could use more seasoning. I added some extra seasoning salt and ground pepper, and a few pinches of hot chilli powder but it needed more. Quiche is hard because it can taste so wonderful but its very easy to have it end up bland even when you think you've seasoning it enough
I made this the way the recipe called except I didn't use a crust and it was great!! I had left overs for a few days and enjoyed them each time I ate them!!
Husband liked this more than I did - I guess I couldn't really get used to the idea of ground beef in a quiche. It was ok, but I doubt I'll make it again. Thanks.
few changes...1) i used a mashed potato crust from left over mashed potatoes. Just grease the pan, spread the potatoes around the pan, cook on 350 for 30 min. 2) I ended up cooking it a bit longer because i think the mashed potato crust throws it off a bit. It was still really tasty! I seasoned the beef with garlic, onion, cumin, pepper, oregano, etc.
My family did not like this at all...eggs and ground beef just don't seem to go well together. It DID sound good though.
This recipe reminds me of the Zucchini Beef Pie from my college days. I used a whole wheat crust and added 1/2 cup on chopped zucchini. Then left out the mayo. Tasted just the same.
This was delicious!!!! My family really enjoyed it! Will definitely make this recipe again. Thanks!!!
Delicious! My seven year old son had thirds.
I'm not a quiche person but I had ground beef and wanted to try something different. This seemed quick and easy so decided to try it. I followed the recipe with the exception of the mayo and pastry shell. It was very easy to make and my family really enjoyed it very much! It was pretty filling and you can add whatever you enjoy. This will be going into my recipe box! Thank you!
Simple, easy and delicious! My family loves this recipe. I serve it for dinner with a side salad and it is a complete meal. Thanks!
We did not care for this, which was surprising because we like all the ingredients in it. I think it was the taste of the ground beef with the eggs. I will not be making this again.
Very good! The whole family enjoyed it. Next time I will use ground turkey for a leaner meal.
I actually changed this recipe quite a bit and it was fab. I have recently cut meat out of our diets, so I sub the ground bf for TVP rehydrated with beef broth. Then I sauted the onion and TVP with 1 tbs of garlic, and some diced green peppers and tomatoes. I added a little greek seasoning before I added the seasonings in the recipe. I don't like mayo in recipes so I put cottage cheese in place of the mayo. Took much longer to cook, close to an hour. However, it was fab and everyone liked it. My 3 year old ate two servings!
So this sounded like a great idea, but admitedly we made some changes, I believe for the better. Instead of ground beef I used 2 1/4 pound Hebrew National polish sausages I had leftover and substituted 1/2 teaspoon of basil for the oregano. Delicious!
Very good! This is one of those things that taste even better the second day when the flavors have had a chance to marry. Made it as stated, topped w/some grated parmesan, et voila! !
I made this last night, with a failed Cheese puff appetizer. This was very good although I forgot to add the bacon until the last minute, so I sprinkled it on top. I also sauted and added sweet red peppers. Very good.
The second time around, I skipped the ground beef and seasoning altogether and used Savory Sage Bob Evans sausage instead. And instead of Swiss, used 2 cups of a triple cheddar mix. Husband and I thought it was SO much better than the ground beef.
this was great. i didnt use mayo. and didnt use a crust. my husband loved it.
This was really tasty and easy to make. I used 1 egg and 2 egg substitute equivalents, skim milk and low fat mayo, and didn't miss the full fat versions. I suppose I could have tried low fat cheese, but didn't think of it. On the other hand, I used a full pound of very lean ground beef instead of 1/2 pound (hey, I like meat). Used the seasonings per the recipe. I was worried it wouldn't fit in the pie crust, but no problem.
I used 1 pound of ground beef, added an extra egg and used a deep dish pie crust. Everything else I did the same. It was great!! My 3 and 4 year olds loved it and there was none left after supper. Great!!
My mom loved this and she is not a big quiche fan. I am not a mayo fan so I made it without. Otherwise the recipe is wonderful. I made dinner for a family in our church and this was an easy but tasty main dish to bring them. Thanks!
I made this recipe for my family and it was a hit! So much so, that I ended up making it during the holidays for several get togethers. A couple times I substituted sausage for the ground beef for a brunch dish and, again, a huge hit! My 6 year old son asked me to make mini quiches of this for him to bring to his Thanksgiving Feast at school. All the kids loved them! This is a definite favorite in my family!
Absolutely lovely, simple and very very tasty. I used half white and half wholemeal flour when I made the pastry case and then baked it 'blind' for 20 mins. I found it took a little longer to cook than recommended but that was no big deal. I will definitely make this again.
It seemed good in theory, but in the end it came out a little boring. I omitted the mayo, as many had recommended and also because I hate the stuff. I also used a couple cloves of garlic instead of the garlic salt. It might be better with potatoes or something else in there, but I don't think I'll make it a second time to find out.
i had made quiche before but this is one of the best ever, i like to use organic ground beef (grass feed) makes the difference on meet flavor.
I tried breakfast sausage and thet was good but would not add the mayonnaise. It gave the whole quiche sort of a bla taste.
I made this recipe the other day--with some of my own additons--and it was a big hit!!! I added blanched broccoli flowerettes and squash (the secret is to blanch both these first before adding to hamburger mixture). I also chopped some parsley and sprinkled on top before putting in oven. My husband told me "this is a keeper!" For those who didn't like the oregano, the vegetables went good with it.
Wonderful dish. I made this using what I had in the house. A full pound of ground beef (lean), provolone instead of Swiss, added some fresh mushrooms, and substituted Montreal Steak seasoning for the oregano. I'll definitely be making this again, maybe with other alterations :)
I made the recipe as writen and it was wonderfull. A keeper!!
This was wonderful! I have a lot of ground venison in my freezer, so I used that instead of ground beef and it was fabulous!
This was surprisingly good--made it by the recipe! Great for a lighter summer supper. Thanks!
The best things about this recipe are that it is fast, easy and calls for things most people have on hand. It is a great recipe to use if someone in your family is on Atkins, as my husband is. Just leave out the crust and pour into a well greased baking dish. I substituted a Colby/Jack mix for the cheddar and Swiss, which was good. Next time, I will probably substitute breakfast sausage for the ground beef and leave out the oregano. I thought the oregano gave it a funny taste.
Made it again. Still good. 6/4/2008 I used ground pork instead of ground beef and added orange bell peppers & mushrooms, it made a delicious combination. 5 stars!
My family loves this dish! Lots of flavor and delicious the next day.
This was pretty good. Like many others, I tweaked it a bit based on our preferences. Left out the mayo, added an egg, a chopped-up potato, and about a cup of chopped fresh spinach (sauteed the potato and spinach with the beef and onion after the beef was cooked). Easy to make with things we had on hand and our five-year-old gobbled it up!