I agree with frittatas as a great food! I just wanted to mention, though, that there actually is a difference between crustless quiche and frittata. Quiche has a lot of cream (or milk) with the eggs, a custard, the mixture beaten up then baked. Frittata is mostly eggs, sometimes a bit of cream or milk but not much, if any. Frittata is cooked in a pan first, then when partially set, put in the oven to finish it off. So quiche is more liquid, smoother and creamier. Frittata is thicker, more curd-like. Think of quiche as a filling (which is why it's usually in a crust) and frittata closer to an omelette.
Delicious! Works perfectly for a brunch or afternoon tea with friends. Also tastes great if chili pepper flakes are used in place of the cayenne pepper, and a little Romano cheese is added in with the Parmesan.
This was delicious! I loved the choice of vegetables. I baked this on my Convection setting for 30 minutes, and it came out PERFECTLY! I only made a couple changes. I used garlic powder instead of fresh cloves, just because it was what I had on hand. I omitted the cayenne and the dill and used Italian seasoning with garlic instead. I will definitely make this again, thank you so much!
Thanks for the great recipe! This quiche was made with items already on hand and baked perfectly as per directions.I loved the combo of flavors. I will definitely be making this one again!