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What a lovely dish. I loved the flavors of the brie and spring onions. Very tasty! It was easy to make, and I held it in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes before baking, and it was ok. After it was baked it looked beautiful. I served it with a spinach salad and mini muffins. Thanks Friedel for posting this wonderful dish.
Oh, my goody-goodness this recipe just has SPRING written all over it. The creamy brie, the asparagus, the green onions *sigh*. Absolutely lovely and delicious. I made this for Freezer Tag 2008. I made one and baked right away, then froze half to reheat later. The other I made as a "dump recipe" to thaw in the fridge and pour into a prepared pie crust and bake as usual. The pre-baked one was okay when reheat in the oven, but not the microwave. In the microwave it was rubbery and the crust soggy, but in the oven it was almost as good as freshly baked. The thawed *then* baked version was wonderful. I chopped the asparagus and mixed it in for this version, but only the pretty look was changed, The taste was still a much-needed breath of Spring. Make this when asparagus is in season and the use other blanched veggies (like broccoli or spinach) when it isn't. No matter what the season, I highly recommend this dish!
this was excellent!
This was absolutely yummy. I crumbled some feta cheese over the top of the quiche before cooking, delicious!!! Definately a keeper.
This quiche is utterly divine. And the best part is that it's quick and easy, and freezes well too. It's fab for breakfast, lunch or dinner.