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This was good, but I did find it a bit watery and on the bland side, even after having a heavy hand on the cheeses. Despite being watery, it still stayed together nicely and make a Nice healthy lunch!

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mommymakeit4u February 14, 2012

This is one fine quiche!! Didn't serve 8 in my house - served 4!! But still 2 points - so wonderful! It was absolutely delicious! Used low fat mozzarella cheese. Thanks!

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Redsie January 31, 2010

Thanks for great recipe! I added a couple of dashes of cayenne pepper and stirred in some ham (leftover, that I had frozen after Christmas) with the broccoli/onion mixture. This is a very nice and tasty quiche! I'll make it again.

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saracho January 23, 2010

This is one awsome recipe!I love the flavor and everything and it is a good way to get vegetables in your diet.

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alchum2003 December 28, 2008

Very good and easy! I left out the mustard and parsley (personal taste), and substituted egg beaters for the 2 large eggs. I also added fresh mushrooms. I will definitely make again.

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hmms May 12, 2008

Exactly what I wanted - a new way to serve broccoli! This wasn't quiche-y per se, but it had a very nice thick consistency. I used shredded mozzarella and dried parsley, so that would definitely affect the cheese flavor. The mozz. would be a lot milder. I'll definitely make this again, hopefully with cheddar. And I'm going to have the leftovers for breakfast ;) Thanks!

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mikey & ev August 18, 2007
Crustless Broccoli and Cheese Quiche