If you’re craving morning food at night make a hearty quiche or omelet.
With its flaky pie crust and egg, bacon, and cheese filling, a classic quiche is hearty enough for a delicious dinner. And leftovers reheat well, so if you make a quiche for Sunday brunch and you have leftovers you can enjoy them the next day for a fast, easy lunch or dinner. Twists on classic quiche include our Ham and Cheese Dinner Quiche, spinach quiche, turkey and stuffing quiche, this Roasted Broccolini, Bacon and Caramelized Shallot Quiche from How Sweet Eats, and many other variations. You can get creative with quiches and omelets by using ingredients you have on hand. Boost health benefits by adding in a variety of vegetables.
Omelets are an inexpensive, fast, and flavorful dinner option whether they contain just a couple of ingredients or they’re fully loaded. The key to making a great omelet is preparing it and the fillings correctly. Read Serious Eats’ The Food Lab: A Quick Guide to Stuffing Omelettes for great tips on ingredients and how to prepare omelet fillings prior to adding to the eggs.
Serious Eats’ Dinner Tonight: Denver Omelet Recipe can be made quickly and is a perfect choice for a filling weeknight meal when you’re feeling rushed. Serve with salsa, hot sauce, or sour cream. Instead of making tacos on Mexican food night, make Taste of Home’s Southwestern Omelet. This super satisfying omelet includes jalapeño, bacon, tomato, Monterey Jack cheese, and avocado. All the good stuff.
These recipes are so good they may inspire you to make breakfast for dinner every week!