Eggstraordinary!! Grilled Onion & Bacon Tart!!!


I would like to thank Land-O-Lakes for giving me the opportunity to feature their products, and to create an Eggstraordinary dish.

Land-O-Lakes Eggs are produced by hens fed a premium all vegetable, whole-grain diet rich in corn and soy protein - with no animal fat or animal by-products. This commitment to purity produces eggs with a taste so uniquely fresh and delicious they could only come from Land-O-Lakes.

Eggstraordinary!! Grilled Onion & Bacon Tart!!!

Ingredients:

For the Crust:

2 cups flour
½ cup shredded Romano cheese
½ tsp. chili powder
½ tsp. paprika
¼ tsp. fresh ground black pepper
1 Zest of 1 lemon
1 tablespoon lemon juice
3 tablespoons of warm water
10 tablespoons of cold butter

For the Filling:

¼ lb. of bacon – cooked and cut up
1 grilled jalapeño – chopped
1 clove of garlic – grilled and grated
1 red onion – sliced and grilled
½ cup grated Romano cheese
¼ cup grated mozzarella cheese
½ cup milk
6 Land-O-Lakes All Natural eggs
Olive oil for drizzling

To Make the Crust:

In a large bowl combine the flour, cheeses, seasonings and mix. Cut the butter into small pieces and work into the flour mixture until it is crumbly.

Add the lemon zest, lemon juice and water. Work the flour mixture until moistened. You may add an extra tablespoon of water if necessary to bring the dough together.

Shape the dough into a disk and wrap. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Place the dough on a lightly floured surface and gently roll out to fit a 10 inch pie dish.

Press down the sides of the crust with a fork and poke the bottom with a fork.

Preheat Oven 350 degrees:

Bake the crust for 15 minutes. Let the crust cool before pouring in the filling.

For the Filling:

Cook bacon and set aside.

Heat a griddle and place the jalapeño, sliced onion and clove of garlic. Drizzle with a little olive oil. Remove when a golden color is achieved.

Let the onion and jalapeño cool before mixing.

In a large bowl mix together the eggs, milk, cheeses, chopped jalapeño, onion, grated garlic and bacon. Pour into the cooled pie shell. Grate a little more Romano cheese on top.

Bake 30-35 minutes until eggs are set.

This is a delicious lunch or light dinner.

With Love,
Catherine
“Disclaimer: Land O’Lakes provided me with a premium gift package that includes an All-Clad Omelet Skillet, a $50 VISA gift card and a full-value coupon for any variety of Land O Lakes Eggs for review purposes. All opinions are my own.”
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39 comments:

  1. Great brunch food. I'd probably go with a prepared crust, but the egg filling looks so good.

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  2. Fantastic,I like how you cook, I come from Spain and from Galicia,at home I always have eggs of these Kind of hens, that farmers look after them, and are very good.Do you want to know my blog, come you will be wellcome #http://unospicanyotrosno.blogspot.com/

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  3. What an amazing tart!I am drooling,dear!!!

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  4. Look absolutely amazing, make me hungry!! gloria

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  5. This is a beauty! The world has been enhanced by bacon. Land o Lakes is everywhere in MN - and this tart is a perfect example of how to make their eggs shine!

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  6. Fantastica! Realmente strepitosa e golosa!It brings an appetite!!!

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  7. I have a real good friend I need to print this out for she is going to love it... I cant have onions but thanks, I cant wait to give this to her !!!!

    Happy thanksgiving enjoy your day!

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  8. Wonderful recipe!
    Looks amaizing!!!
    http://notasenmicocina.blogspot.com/

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  9. it's not fair....i'm starving and this tart's too mouthwatering!!!!!!

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  10. Onions and bacon sound like a great savory combo to use for these tarts. Your picture does entice as well as inspire-delicious!

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  11. An amazingly delicious looking tart there! Love the addition of jalapeno!

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  12. I know this is really meant to be eaten for brunch, but I woudln't be able to resist eating it at every meal!

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  13. This sounds jsut divine!! I love Land of Lakes butter (only kind I buy), but I've never seen their eggs. Sure would give them a try if I did. Hope you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Catherine. Blessings ~ tanna

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  14. YUM!

    Joyce
    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  15. Hi Catherine

    Wonderful review and awesome tart. Bacon and spicy peppers too... I know hubby would just flip over this!

    Wishing you a Blessed Thanksgiving holiday my friend.

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  16. Yum! I love breakfast bakes like this. I'm sure that the onion/bacon combination is divine.

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  17. Looks amazing Catherine,it's a wonderful tart! have a good week,take care....

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  18. What a great recipe. Something simple that I never would of thought of. Thank you for sharing this one. Adding it to my list.

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  19. Beautiful looking tart Catherine , I am drooling here . Happy thanksgiving to you and your family .

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  20. What a perfectly delicious holiday breakfast! Thanks Catherine!

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  21. What an eggciting, Grilled Onion and Bacon Tart, Catherine. It has my name all over it!

    Thanks for sharing...

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  22. Nothing makes me happier than finding another new recipe for eggs; this one really bring them to a new level; a must try. Catehrine. Merci.
    Rita

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  23. Greetings From Southern California

    Eggstraordinary Indeed! That looks great! Thanks for the recipe.

    Take care Catherine and have a nice Thanksgiving :-)

    Thanks for your recent visit to My Blog

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  24. Delicious! I'm sure happy that Land-O-Lakes wanted you to create an eggstraordinary recipe.
    Happy Thanksgiving.
    Mimi

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  25. This looks really good! I don't think I've ever had anything like this! Hope you had a nice day!

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  26. Ciao,che torta salata squisita! Ottimo l'abbinamento di uova, cipolle e pancetta!Mi piace troppo! A presto...Molly

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  27. Sounds delicious!

    Wishing you a most blessed Thanksgiving with lots of love and good food (of course)!

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  28. Sounds delicious!

    Wishing you a most blessed Thanksgiving with lots of love and good food (of course)!

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  29. Fantastic! Looks so good, especially good with onion and bacon! Have a happy Thanksgiving, enjoy!

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  30. Onion and bacon is a killing combination. This tart looks fantastic. I wish I had a piece!

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  31. The tart looks amazing and pics say it all.

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  32. wow Catherine I don't know how you manage to create both taste and beauty with your food. If I am lucky enough I get one or the other, never both. Congrats and kisses lovely lovely lady :).

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  33. What a beautiful tart, Catherine! I think this would be perfect on Thanksgiving morning...hearty enough to tide us over till our big meal later in the day. YUM. Hope you have a fabulous holiday~

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  34. Catherine indeed it's an extraordinary tart! love it for lunch with a green salad. I like the incorporation of cheese on the crust.

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  35. Mmm, looks like you had your own way at one of French classics, i.e. the famous Quiche Lorraine! I make it very often (I admit I do it like Buttercup: after having bought a prepared crust) because it's easy and quick to prepare. But what a feast! I'm gonna try your recipe because it seems to have that… Catherinish touch.

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  36. This is right up my alley! Looks totally comforting and tasty. Happy Holiday!

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