If you need a breakfast idea that looks and tastes legit but takes only 15 minutes (max) to prep before loading into the oven, this Sweet Pepper Quiche is it. I came up with this dead simple idea to use up some leftover ham and mini sweet peppers that were languishing in the refrigerator. Some of my best recipes are the product of constraints such as the need to re-purpose leftovers. Dress your Sweet Pepper Quiche up by slicing some of the sweet bell pepper into strips and arranging in a circular pattern for rustic, sun-burst appeal.
The beautiful pie plate here was a birthday gift from my mother this year, and it makes its debut here with a recipe that’s as simple and appealing as it is. Crafted by ceramic artist Edith Bourgault, it has a mysterious French name (“Pour la Tourtière d’Annette Stoneware Pie Plate”) and I am in love with it.
Actually… the blue potholders in the photo were a gift from my mother as well! I suppose beautiful, blue-patterned kitchen accessories are a theme.
Sweet Pepper Quiche
This simple Sweet Pepper Quiche recipe comes together in 15 minutes and is made of only 3 ingredients: sweet peppers, ham, and eggs.
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