A confession...my first thought towards my family was,"to heck with you all. I'm hording the last slice for myself." But that would be mean and greedy and embarrassing to admit to an entire cooking site full of strangers.
I've tried many quiche recipes but this is by far the best! I was out of sour cream and substituted with Balkan style yogurt. Since I was using a deep dish pie shell, I increased the quantities slightly and layered broccoli, bacon, and a cheddar & mozarella combo. I kept the stated quantities for the egg mixture and poured over the other ingredients. The quiche cooked perfectly in 40 minutes and set beautifully in another 10. Thanx for posting!
Fabulous quiche recipe! I lightened this up by using light sour cream and turkey bacon. I baked (not fried) the turkey bacon at 400 degrees for 18 minutes. I placed the bacon on a cookie sheet covered with aluminum foil. Otherwise, I followed the directions as stated.
This was great! I did add a little dill to mine, and didn't have any meat. The whole family enjoyed it, plain-jane as I made it. A real winner! Thanks!
MMMMMMMMM! I made the recipe as follows, expect that I substituted greek yogurt for sour cream and used turkey bacon to make it a bit healthier. It was so easy to make and absolutely deicious. My husband always claims he "doesn't like quiche" but he went back for 2nds and 3rds...we will DEFINITELY make this again, thanks for sharing!
This was my first quiche, so I followed the recipe exactly, well, almost exactly - I did add hot sauce, hoping for some heat, but I think the sour cream must have neutralized it. It took 40 minutes in my oven, and at first I thought it wasn't fully done when the toothpick came out wet, but I was afraid of overcooking it, so I refrigerated it overnight after it's cooled to see how it would turn out. I cut and heated a slice in the microwave for breakfast the next morning for about 2 minutes and it came out perfect! Thanks for sharing.
Really nice, really easy....I don't often think of quiche because I don't always have half & half or heavy cream in the fridge. I do always have sour cream, so this will become an easy, to to recipe in the future. Baked in a convection oven for around 40 minutes in a hotter oven than normal, as I was in a hurry. 350/convection. It worked out great, puffed nice and high. I used a foil ring around my baked crust so that it wouldn't get to dark. Used sharp cheddar, reduced fat sour cream, and the rest as written. It was very cheesy, I think I might have even liked less cheese (can't believe I'm saying that!!) Thanks for a delicious recipe! If you don't have a crust, I recommend the easy crust made with oil #202023...you just pat it into the pie form, it's flaky and delicious, too! Thanks again!
Excellent recipe! The only changes I made was to use 1 cup sharp cheddar, 1/2 cup guyere and I substituted ham for the bacon. Oh, I did add green onion too....I love onion. This was my first attempt at quiche and made this for Bunco and received many postive comments and quite a few gals had second helpings. I will for sure make this again!
Made this for Christmas breakfast and it was WONDERFUL!!!! I used some chopped ham instead of the bacon and added a tiny bit of minced onion and garlic powder. I baked the quiche the day before and put it in the fridge. On Christmas morning, we just heated the individual servings in the microwave for 30 or so seconds and it was perfect. I can't wait to make it again. There are so many variations that can be made and with the basic quiche recipe being to great and so easy, I'm looking forward to making a lot more of these. I hope others will give it a try. Thanks, Bobbie
I LOVE this recipe. It's creamy and delicious and not too "eggy". I like to replace the bacon with steamed chopped broccoli. I've also made it with roasted vegetables. It's a great base for whatever you like to addto it.