14 Reviews

As easy as it was good. I used onion salt instead of plain salt, which was a good addition. Also, I let it set up for about 10 minutes after I took it out of the oven.

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Karen from Montana May 15, 2002

I made this for breakfast this morning. So easy and real delicious. I liked the subtle flavor of the green chiles. Of course, it was very cheesy, which is never a bad thing. Thank you for a great breakfast idea.

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marileamills February 23, 2003

Tastes like a combination of a strata and a quiche. Just delicious. Thanks.

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Tisherself February 10, 2003

Defintaly a 5 star recipe! Tasted wonderful.

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Christy in Illinois February 06, 2003

made this tonite- so easy. substituted ricitta and margerine- big hit with the kids

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chia November 10, 2002

Hey inez I guess you cam up with a winnnnnneeer i want to add my 2 cents worth. I was wonderful served it to over 100 people and added zuchini/summer squash for a crust and added mushrooms and smothered it with my corn salsa recipe............rosamarie

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ROSAMARIA September 09, 2002

This was delicious and so easy to make. I left out the olives because one of my kids won't eat them. I added some creole seasoning to spice it up just a bit. Very cheesy and a nice thing to serve for brunch. Thanks Inez.

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Gail Blue Eyes July 28, 2002

Wowie!! This is just sooooo good. I made this for breakfast when my parents were visitng. Definitely a big hit. Also, very easy. Great recipe and I will make this again. Thanks!!

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PixieDust April 30, 2002

I have a food service operation at a college and have used this recipe many times omitting the olives and green chilies. It is great and very simple, I usually have to make large quanities to serve and this recipe makes it very very easy.

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denise.golden October 25, 2007

Oh no! This recipe REALLY struck out for me. "Cheesy" is NOT the way to describe this. It was OVERWHELMINGLY cheesy. As in, this is really just a modified block of cheese wheel with some "pimento" tasting ingredients thrown in. It's really a piece of cheese. And not even a good cheese at that. Now I love cheese. And I used some cheeses that I loved. Cheddar and a monterey jack aproxamate (there is no such cheese here in Israel). I followed the recipe exactly as directed. And while it was easy enough to make and the presentation was GEORGEOUS (my husband said it looked like a professional restaurant quiche) NOBODY ate this (I served it as one of the main courses at a holiday gathering). I had 3 seperate families not including my own who just refused to eat it. NEVER has that happened before. I learned that it was slightly more palatable the following day COLD but it was inediable hot/warm. I ended up throwing the whole thing in the trash. So sad. I really wanted this to work, as I love cheese and needed a great cheesy dish for a Jewish holiday that, for meals, revolves around the eating of milk and milk products, but this just didn't work. It was awful. Seriously. And I'll eat just about anything, even if I don't like it. I just won't eat it again. This I could not only NOT eat, but I was embarassed to serve to to my guests who came the following day (who also refused to eat it after one bite) I couldn't give this a stronger thumbs down.

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Food Snob in Israel May 23, 2007
Cheese Quiche