2 sweet potatoes
1 yellow onion
¼ cup milk
bacon – as much as you please
1 cup mushrooms
4 garlic cloves
1 cup diced tomatoes
2 cups sliced mixed bell peppers
½ teaspoon nutmeg
1 tablespoon onion powder (I used Flavor God Everything Seasoning as a replacement)
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
salt & pepper to tatse
Avacado and basil for garnish
Grate sweet potato: Drain of all liquid (see pictures as follows)
Chop onion and place in medium sauté pan on low with olive oil and salt. Cook on low till onion caramelizes. Stir occasionally. (HINT: a pinch of sugar can speed up the caramelization process)
Chop bacon into 1 inch blocks and cook bacon until crispy. Discard bacon grease but leave a thin layer in the pan for cooking the sweet potato crust.
Mix eggs, milk, onion powder, and salt & pepper in a large mixing bowl. For a unique taste micro-plain 1/2 teaspoon of fresh nutmeg and whip eggs.
Chop mushrooms, bell peppers, tomatoes, and fresh garlic. Combine into egg mix and stir.
Heat large cast-iron skillet with leftover bacon grease and place shredded sweet potatoes evenly spread onto skillet to build a crust. Cook on medium heat until crispy brown, then flip and cook till crispy. Sweet Potatoes are treated like a crust for the quiche so be careful not to overcook. Pour egg and veggie mix into the skillet on the crust and cook on medium until eggs start to set. Put bacon and caramelized onions on top and place skillet in the oven on 400 degrees for 5 minutes. Top with cheese and bake for another 5 minutes or until cheese melts.
Place skillet on safe place to cool. Slice avocado and chop fresh basil for garnish. Once the quiche has cooled for 10 minutes cut and serve. A great side dish with a quiche is fresh fruit drizzled with honey and freshly squeezed orange juice. Adding champagne to the orange juice is always an option of course.
This is a delicious breakfast after a long night out. Cheers!
Recipe created by: Ben Barrow
Photography by: Laura Goutcher
Flavor God Pizza Flavoring & Everything Seasoning
In this dish, Everything Seasoning by “Flavor God” was put in the egg mix for the quiche instead of using onion powder. Also added was a sprinkle of Pizza Flavoring by “Flavor God” on the quiche as a final topping. Because pizza goes good on everything!