4 Reviews

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.

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jub7474 May 01, 2016

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.

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blueyedwineaux May 29, 2007

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!

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Kozmic Blues March 22, 2007

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!

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*Crystal* February 19, 2007
Artichoke and Broccoli Frittata / Crustless Quiche