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I found this a little bland tasting but I might have skimped a little on the cheese. Next time I will try with Swiss cheese to see if flavor improves..also cooking time seemed to be too long. It was a little dry.

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valeriebreeding June 08, 2014

This is a great recipe and have made it many times since Martha first published it. Glad to see it here, because I'd forgotten it. One thing I do that makes it a bit more interesting: After buttering or spraying the dish, add a handful of panko or other breadcrumbs and shake them around to coat the dish. Makes it super easy to remove slices and adds a little bit of "bottom" texture to the finished quiche. Oh, also I add a half cup chopped onion to the broccoli to soften it and add another flavor layer to the quiche.

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lakebluffer April 04, 2014

Easiest ever, and my whole family loved it. I used broccoli that had been pretty thoroughly cooked (about 7-8 minutes) and it was great. Liked the hint of nutmeg.

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Mudflower March 21, 2012

This comes together quick and it tastes great! I used fresh-cut broccoli, which I steamed for 6 minutes- judging from the finished dish it was just the right amount of time. I especially loved that this was baked in a pie dish. Thanks, One Little Deer.

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averybird January 21, 2012

I used fresh broccoli that I steamed. I didn't have cream so used milk. I cooked it 10 more minutes. Thanks One Little Deer :) Made for PAC Fall 2011

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Boomette October 17, 2011
Crustless Broccoli-Cheddar Quiches