With my sister's graduation being last week, my family and I have been mighty busy. All of my mom's family, dad's family, and step father's family drove down. In spite of working at the farmer's market all day Saturday, we some how managed to throw a graduation party on Sunday. This pie saved our life. Not only is it easy as, well, pie...it is savory and delicious too! You can make it with anything that happens to be in your pantry and fridge! As an added bonus, this pie is crustless and tastes like a cross between a biscuit and a quiche. Quick and easy, this pie will last in your fridge and come in handy for quick lunches even on your busiest days! Add to this recipe or replace the vegetables with any seasonal vegetables you have in your fridge. Remember shop fresh and shop local for the best veggies around.
-Prep Time: 15 minutes
-Cook Time: 45 minutes
-Servings: 6-10 slices
-1 cup chopped green or red pepper
- 1-2 cup (about three to eight) yellow squash, shredded
- 1-2 cup (about three to eight) zucchini, shredded
-1 cup fresh picked corn (2-3 ears)
-1 onion (or shallots), diced
-1 cup freshly ground sausage (I used kielbasas that I had in the fridge from dinner a few nights ago. You can also use bacon, ham, or no meat at all)
-1/2 cup cheddar cheese
-1/2 cup parmesan cheese (save some for the top of the pie)
-1/2 cup vegetable, olive, or canola oil
-1 cup baking mix (such as Bisquick)
-Salt and Pepper (I used Garlic Salt)
What to do:
Step One: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9 inch pie pan with cooking spray and set aside.
Step Two: Prepare all vegetables and set aside.
Step Three: Combine Bisquick, oil, and eggs into a bowl. Mix well. Add the vegetables, cheese, and meat into the Bisquick mixture until just combined.
Step Four: Pour mixture into prepared pie dish. Sprinkle paremesan cheese, salt, and pepper onto the top of the pie.
Step Five: Put into the oven and bake for 45 minutes. Pie is done when it is firm and golden brown on top. Smile and enjoy.
*Additional garnishes and add ins: cilantro, tomato salsa, cherry tomatoes, avocados, jalapenos, eggplant
I started and sell my baked goods at the Chesapeake farmers market in Chesapeake, VA with my family. Everything I know, I learned from my mother. I try to bake with what is fresh and local. Check out www.farmchicksproduce.com for more awesome recipes.