If you love cheese, cold meat and eggs, and are looking for a great tasting and very nutritious protein meal (hot or cold), then keep reading for this quiche-like yummy slice without the pastry.
- 1 doz eggs
- 3 cups of milk (low fat or long life is fine)
- 1 onion
- 200 gms of cold meats (we used salami and chicken)
- 1 capsicum
- 1 tomato
- 300 gms of cheese (we used Colby).
- Line two 11" x 7" baking trays with baking paper and preheat oven to 200 C
- Place slices of meat along the bottom of the trays - we like to use a different meat in each tray
- Chop or slice onion and put on top of the meat slices in the thickness you like
- Chop or slice capsicum and place in with the onion
- Slice tomato or other chosen vegetables and put in next
- Slice cheese and put on top of the meat and vegetables - we will often put a different type of cheese in each tray
- Break the eggs into a large jug and add the milk, stirring to break up the eggs and combine the mixture
- Pour the liquid evenly over the ingredients in the two baking trays
- Place the trays in the oven and cook up to one hour, rotating once. Depending how you like your top, you might want to be watching it after 45 minutes
- Remove from the oven when done and leave to cool on a wire rack
- Once cold lift out of the trays using the baking paper, cut into slices and place in an airtight container in the fridge. They can be eaten cold or warmed up in the oven or microwave.
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Christine and Trevor
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