6 Reviews

this recipe came out awesome! i used soy cheese and soy milk too & sometimes these quiches don't come out well when using soy-based product. the tip about lining the pie crust shell was so smart -- and worked very well! thanks! i'll surely be making this one a lot!

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georgie March 21, 2003

Great, simple recipe! I altered it a bit I made mine with chicken, mushroom, onion, spinach, and sundried tomatoes. Since using this recipe, I realized I can add more filling and just use 1 cup milk, 1 cup cheese, and 2 eggs (lower calorie and more filling = yummy). This recipe taught me that a quiche is simply 1 egg to every 1/2 cup milk and 1/2 cup cheese then add spices and filling.

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lorintz.jean May 27, 2009

This is yummy! I made it with fresh zucchini and mushrooms and garnished with green onion. I made two...I served the first one straight from the oven and it was "mushy". The second one sat for 15-20 minutes before serving and it had "solidified" and had a much better texture. Thanks for a yummy and easy quiche.

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Tanya NV February 26, 2008

This was a great recipe in terms of taste, ease of preparation, and ease of finding the ingredients. I must admit, since I like more seasoning in my food than most recipes call for, I doubled the salt and pepper, added 1/4 tsp garlic powder, and put in about 1/3 cup green onion instead of 1/4 cup. I used 4 eggs, 2% milk, and 1 1/4 cup swiss cheese because that's what I had in the fridge. I must say, this is better than my prior quiche recipe, and while it isn't exactly "light" it's lower in fat and calories than previous ones I've seen. One thing: This makes a bit too much filling for most store-bought pie crusts, so I found myself actually making 2 pies with this. Overall, great recipe!!!

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Aquamaryne December 11, 2006

I sauteed 2 cloves of garlic in some olive oil, then cooked 2 cups of spinach in this mixture, as I thought cooked spinach would work better than fresh in quiche. (I didn't cook the green onions - those are better fresh). I also added a tiny sprinkling of extra nutmeg on the top after cooking. This was a very easy recipe, and people loved it. Thanks!

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Muse July 25, 2006

Thanks for the idea of using soy milk! I drink it daily but have not used it in a great deal of my cooking.......Thanks for posting this!

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Debe February 04, 2002
Any Flavor Easy Quiche