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Every bite of this Deer Sausage and Asparagus Quiche screams Sunday Brunch! It’s loaded with juicy deer sausage, eggs and nourishing feel-good ingredients. The asparagus balances the whole dish making it fresh and bright, while the hint of hot sauce gives a lively boost to the flavors of this classic comfort food.
I’m gone a whole bunch of weekends during hunting season. When I am finally back home in Fargo, North Dakota I love to host brunch for a family get-together or invite friends and neighbors over to share the wild game I’ve been chasing for months.
Brunch has become one of America’s favorite Sunday traditions, and it’s no different here in the Upper Midwest. It’s one of those seamlessly easy meals for a low stress gathering if you choose the right recipes to prep the night before. And this quiche is a perfect choice. You can make the whole thing in the morning while sipping on your morning coffee. But you can also cook the sausage, assemble the quiche, and place it in your refrigerator overnight. Then just take it out and throw it in the oven while you take a nice hot shower and get dressed before guests arrive.
Whether you hunt deer, antelope, waterfowl, small game, or wild hogs, you have what it takes in your freezer to make homemade sausage. Or you are like the vast majority of hunters who get their wild game processed by a butcher, and you’ll soon be picking up vacuum sealed deer sausage links or 1-lb. polyethylene bags of deer sausage goodness. Either way, this Deer Sausage and Asparagus Quiche is a perfect way to use some of that deer sausage to serve to family and friends on a lazy Sunday morning.
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
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