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                        Cottage Ham 'n' Apple Quiche
 
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   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    4                    raw refrigerated buttermilk biscuits -- (1 oz. each)
    2      teaspoons     margarine
      1/2  pound         apples cored pared and -- thinly sliced
    2      ounces        boiled ham -- diced
      1/2  cup           chopped onion
    2      ounces        Cheddar cheese -- shredded
      2/3  cup           Cottage cheese
    2                    eggs
      1/4  cup           skim milk
      1/8  dash          ground nutmeg
    1      dash          white pepper
 
 Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Carefully separate each biscuit into 4 thin layers
  of dough. (Do this as soon as you take it from the refrigerator.) In a 8 inch 
 pie plate, arrange biscuits with edges touching, in concentric circles over bot
 tom and up sides of plate, using fingers, spread to form crust, pressing edges 
 of biscuits together to seal. Place sheet of foil over bottom of dough and fill
  with uncooked dry beans, bake for 5 minutes. Remove beans and foil; set crust 
 aside. In 10 inch nonstick skillet, heat margarine over medium high heat until 
 bubbly and hot; add apples, ham and onion and saute until apples are tender, 2 
 to 3 minutes. Spoon apple mixture into crust and sprinkle with shredded cheese;
  set aside. In blender container, combine Cottage cheese, eggs, milk and season
 ings and process until smooth, scraping down sides of container as necessary; p
 our into pie plate. Set pie plate on baking sheet and bake for 30 to 40 minutes
 . (Until top is puffed and lightly browned !
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 and a knife, inserted in center, comes out clean.) Remove from oven, and keepin
 g warm, let stand for 10 minutes. Makes 4 servings Recipe from “One Million Rec
 ipes CD”
 
 busted by Judy R. 
 
 
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