Can you believe this is the end of the second week of the One-Pot Blogger Cooking Party?! Time is flying by and as you know, it’s also my last day in Miami. Tomorrow I’m headed to Martha’s Vineyard, so this gorgeous quiche was the perfect recipe to cook for my bacon-loving family.
Emeril’s recipe is quite unique, since the crust is not a typical crust, but grated and baked potatoes! Pre-baking these potatoes in the bottom and sides of the pan allows for them to crisp up and become a vessel for the quiche mixture. Crisp base of potatoes topped with a creamy, savory Bacon and Leek custard create the perfect lunch dish. Serve with a side of local greens and you’re set! 
Want to make this recipe your own? How about instead of regular potatoes, making a crust of grated Sweet Potatoes or even Purple Potatoes? Gorgeous colors and nutritional value are added, and remember you can add different ingredients to the custard filling as well. Due to the lack of a spring form pan, I used individual ramekins and another thing missing from Grandma’s kitchen? A box grater! What I did was shave the potatoes with a peeler and then ran a knife through it. It did the job and the made a delicious crust!
Wondering how to get your hands on this great book? Stay tuned because next week I will be hosting a giveaway of the book for one lucky reader! Below are some links to help you stay updated on the TWENTY giveaways of zak! products and TWENTY One-Pot Wonder cookbooks by Emeril! A total of FORTY prizes all on the blogsphere, so check the links and follow the #sizzlingskillets hashtag! Don’t miss out! 

Full disclosure: For my commitment to this blogger cooking party, I received a copy of this cookbook, as well as a set of Emeril – by Zak! Table Art 7-piece Flame-Shaped Serving Bowls, and Emeril Seasoning; a $50 grocery reimbursement and Emeril cookbooks upon completion of the party. The top performing blogger, as selected by T-Fal, will be awarded an Emeril by T-Fal Slow Cooker. YOU will be eligible to win a copy of the cookbook, as well as the 7-piece zak! set.  

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  1. Anonymous says:

    rica presentacion, dan deseos de comerse un bocado,lo voy a tratar de hacer,de verdad que me encantan las recetas de emeril,maravillosas fotos del plato, me encantaron . tu mami.

  2. What a wonderful quiche! I love the idea of a potato crust.. This would make a great weekend breakfast for the family!

  3. Sounds so good and looks even better. I love the idea of the potato crust and a bacon and leek custard even better! Perfect lunch or brunch dish. Safe travels!

  4. hi love! hope MV is everything you dreamed it to be. 🙂 missing u!

    and i can’t believe u actually blogged while in america!!