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    Seafood, Asparagus and Swiss quiche




    2 pie shells
    8 oz package sliced Swiss cheese
    8 oz package shredded Swiss cheese
    6 eggs
    1 can evaporated milk
    1 lb. cooked asparagus chopped into bite sized pieces
    3 artificial crab "legs" (or real would be even better) chopped up
    12 medium sized shrimp cut into bite sized pieces
    1 Tbsp flour
    1/2 tsp Cajun shrimp seasoning
    1/2 tsp paprika
    Salt & pepper To Taste

    Line pie crusts with Swiss cheese slices.
    In large bowl, beat eggs and spices together mix in everything else
    Pour/spoon into lined pie crusts
    Bake @ 350* about an hour, or until golden brown. Let set 10 minutes before Serving

    Options, I might add onions next time. I also think that Emeril's essence in place of the Cajun seasoning would be good, but I had the Cajun seasoning on hand when I made this up last week. I also think broccoli would work well in place of the asparagus.
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    Re: Seafood, Asparagus and Swiss quiche




    Looks good. Just not the cajun part. Not a big cajun fan.
    Last edited by apinchofflavor; 12-08-2011 at 05:20 PM.
    I'm always hungry!

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    Re: Seafood, Asparagus and Swiss quiche




    It's not hot or overly spicy at all using the Cajun seasoning. But you could just use s/p to taste too if you prefer.

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