Possibly the best iteration of this meal I've ever made, it's yummy



The Stage: A 9-inch pie crust, ready and unbaked
Leading Act: 4 bacon slices, eager to crisp
Supporting Role: 1 onion, finely diced
Golden Touch: ¼ cup of unsalted butter
Binders: 1 egg for brushing and 2 large eggs for filling
Creamy Dream: 1 ¼ cups of sour cream coupled with 1 cup grated cheddar & ¼ cup softened cream cheese
Flavor Notes: Season to your heart's content with salt and pepper
The Culinary Choreography:

Warm up the arena by preheating your oven to 350°F.
Let the bacon sizzle in a skillet until its crispy essence shines through. Once done, break into delightful pieces and set aside.
Ready your pie by pricking its base. Bake briefly for 15 minutes. Post this, glaze it with the beaten egg and grant it another 5 minutes of baking glory.
Employ the same skillet, harnessing half the butter to sauté your onion till it whispers of sweetness and turns translucent. Then, let patience reign, caramelizing the onions to perfection over a gentle heat.
In a mixing haven (bowl), unify the duo of eggs, sour cream, cream cheese, salt, and pepper in a creamy alliance.
Adorn your pie crust with butter and onions. Layer with cheese, followed by the bacon's crumbled persona. Drench with the creamy mix and crown with the cheese finale.
Bake the quiche till it sings – for around 30-35 minutes – waiting for the center to set and the borders to glisten.
Let your creation rest, just for a tad, then carve and serve. For the final flair, sprinkle some bacon or green onions.