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Old Sun, Nov-17-02, 11:04
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Question Pizza Quiche Question

Hi I really want to try your recipe but... I cant tolerate spicey foods... how spicey do you consider this recipe? Any and all opinions are most appreciated
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Old Sun, Nov-17-02, 12:35
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Not at all! I am a total weenie when it comes to hot food and I had no problem with this. It's really as spicey as you want to make it. Season as you would any Italian dish. Start cooking!
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Old Sun, Nov-17-02, 20:24
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Exclamation Yummy!

I wanted to try it so bad that I didnt wait to find out what others thought... I made it anyways... was willing to withstand the spices if I needed too And it was yummy.... even my kids liked it!! That is a definite plus!
I think I didnt cook the 'crust' long enough because mine wasnt stiff enough to pick up... mental note for next time.
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I made this last night for dinner and it was a hit, my husband didn't even recognize it as a quiche, until after when he saw the recipe. He is not one of those men that will not eat quiche.
I added an extra egg because my eggs were on the small size and it didn't not seem to hurt. Thanks so much.
Tanya
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Old Wed, Dec-04-02, 15:58
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Adding my AWESOME vote to the masses. Thanks for a great recipe. My husband actually said "it's better than I expected," which is actually a compliment. I loved it & will make it again & again. Thanks for sharing. Once again this board is the most useful site on the internet.

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Old Wed, Dec-04-02, 16:05
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How much I liked this! I may have to make this this week!

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Old Sun, Dec-08-02, 17:39
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This is SOOO good mom!
It was the first time I made it.. yummy!
thanks!
Poofie!
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Old Sun, Dec-29-02, 12:51
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I made it today! I am so amazed at how yummy this is! Just like pizza!!

I highly recommend everyone give a try~
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Old Sun, Dec-29-02, 12:57
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I made it today! I am so amazed at how yummy this is! Just like pizza!!

I highly recommend everyone give a try~
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Old Sun, Jan-12-03, 10:46
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quiche?? quiche??

I made this last night and my fiancee says "WE CAN'T HAVE PIZZA!!" I said it is "deep dish pizza quiche, we can have it"

I have to tell you, I made this in hope that it would be good. IT WAS GREAT!! It smelled like pizza cooking and it was yummy. I used Contadina tomato sauce, it is lo in carbs, and did not add any spices except a little oregano.

This went over WELL in my house and I will continue to use this recipe!! Thank you so much for this idea!! It was a treat!!
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Old Sun, Jan-12-03, 12:06
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I'll get in line behind the other 100s who are WILD about this recipe for Deep Dish Pizza!!!

I'm trying the lazagna version tonight...but has anyone thought about trying the crust recipe for a tortilla or wrap? Just a thought that I may try?

Thanks again Donald!

Deb
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Old Wed, Jan-15-03, 04:56
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Talking Thank you!

I can't wait to tell my husband about this, we will be starting our 4th day of induction today....and not one day has went by with out my hubby saying "i miss pizza" in some form or another. He will be so jazzed.

We'll have to pick up a good movie...and make friday night--Pizza Night!

thanks again!
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Old Sun, Jan-19-03, 18:44
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Thumbs up Phenomenal!!!!

I FINALLY tried this recipe yesterday and, holy cow, this is the best low carb recipe I have tried to date! My compliments to Donald on a fabulous dish!!!

My dad and I have been doing LC since July 2002 and this is by far the best recipe we have come across since we began. Dad is extremely picky and was totally floored by it. He claimed it to be better than any delivery pizza (extremely high praise from him). This will definately be one of our regulars!

Thanks Donald!!!!
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Old Sun, Jan-19-03, 20:36
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Default Thank You Thank You Thank You!!!!!!!!!

Donald I would give you a BIG hug if I saw you! This pizza has been a staple of my eating since I made it Friday. Breakfast , lunch, dinner even a snack. I am having a "problem" wanting to eat anything else. but loving every bite!

Mine came out to 2.3 carbs per and it made 15 servings. WOW you can't beat it. Add a salad and I'm set.

Thanks for such a GREAT recipe.

Lsa
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Old Thu, Jan-23-03, 14:25
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Thumbs up It tastes wonderful! OMG!!!

Hey!

Thanks for posting this recipe.

I did not follow it exactly as you posted, I altered practically everything but ended with such a yummy recipe!!

I used ground turkey meat, I mixed it with gouda cheese and put it into a pan, then I covered it with pasta sauce (of course I checked the carb contents), more gouda cheese, salami slices, ham and sausage.

The result?

The yummiest dish I have ever tasted!

No need for pizza, this is better!!

It took me 15 mins to make it, 45 to bake it and wonder how much to take it.

Hehe!

Everybody should try this and after that, you wont see low carb as a "diet"

Thanks!
Antonio
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