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This scrumptious, show-stopping Quiche is sure to wow everyone at the breakfast table! 

Mexican Cheese-stuffed jalapenos and spicy Chorizo are tucked inside a savory Dutch Baby crust to create an extreme Quiche the French have probably never dreamed of. ;-)

Extreme Jalapeno Popper Pie isn't a recipe you can throw together in 5 minutes ... but I think you'll agree that food this delicious is definitely worth the extra effort.


Step 1: Shopping list and Tools:

Here's the complete shopping list:  
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1 cup half and half
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 8 oz. Mexican Chorizo sausage
  • 8 Jalapeno Peppers- medium
  • 1/4 cup Red Peppers- any variety
  • 6 oz Chihuahua cheese- (may substitute Monterey Jack)
  • 8 oz Colby-Jack Cheese
  • 1/2 plus 1/3 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup yellow onion- chopped
  • 3 Tablespoons Butter
  • Garlic Salt
  • Black Pepper
  • Tabasco 
  • Ground Cumin
Not to worry... I'll break this list of ingredients down in each Step as needed and used. ;-)  

Important Tools:
  • This pie is made with a savory Dutch Baby "pie crust".  You'll need to use a #5 cast iron skillet -OR- a capacity-equivalent ironstone baking dish for peak results.
  • An electric hand mixer.  
  • latex gloves to handle the jalapeno peppers.
  • Potholders that withstand extreme heat.
Well! I think I just found what we're having for Christmas brunch this year. I'm salivating already.
Thanks Puppy! Hope you enjoy!!!
Love this! It looks so beautiful and edible.
voted....but probably will never get to taste unless you stop by to cook...grins
Stranger things have happened! ;-D
Yum - this sounds amazing! My husband will be out of his mind when he sees this. Do you ever make your own chorizo? It is surprisingly easy.
Hi wold! &nbsp;I live on the coast of Baja so I buy my Chorizo here.<br> <br> It's very inexpensive... and it's also &quot;authentic&quot;... which means it has some ingredients I'd really rather not&nbsp;<em>think&nbsp;</em>&nbsp;about, if you know what I mean? ;-)<br> <br> Thank you for commenting!
OMG ! that sounds and looks soooo GOOD !
It tastes mighty fine, too.<br> <br> lol... not all the time, but as a chilihead, you <em>did</em>&nbsp;cross my mind. ;-D
I have to figure out how to downsize it or I'd be eating it for a week ! I know that ceramic ramekins don't work well for yorkshire pudding but I never tried them for dutch babies or maybe this is an excuse for getting a small cast iron skillet..= )
It's just hubby and me here. <br>We ate this over a course of 3 days. <br>It reheats (microwaves) GREAT!!!
Good heavens! <br> <br>5* and voted. =D
Thanks so much!!!
Oh heck ya... ;)<br><br>I will be trying this one real soon. Thanks!
Great to know and thanks, cg!
This sounds AMAZING. I NEED to make this...now.<br><br>Thanks for sharing, and good luck in the Extreme Challenge!
Awesome.. and Thank you, too! ;-D
Oh my this looks fantastically creative and nicely spicy. Another great entry!
I love poppers, so this is a HOMERUN for me!
P.S. I've never heard of this &quot;Dutch Baby&quot; crust is it a common thing? Also, what's the texture like? Is it flaky or more like bread. It looks more like a bread type crust. If so I'm digging it!
Well, gib... It's an eggy-faux-crust-like-yorkshire-pudding for lack of a better description. ;-D<br> <br> The &quot;crust&quot; texture isn't flakey, and it's different than the quiche filling.<br> <br> Here's an Instructables link to <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Dutch-Babies-Sweet-Buttery-Breakfast-Popovers/" rel="nofollow">Dutch Babies</a>&nbsp;. They are usually served sweet.<br> <br> Thanks for your comment!

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