5 Reviews

This is an excellent crustless quiche, fabulous texture and really great flavour. I found the addition of grated potato very interesting. I didnt want to add the potato and onion raw, so I cooked them off with the bacon, just meant constant moving around in the skillet so the potato didnt stick. I just cooked enough to be soft. I liked the feta in this, very nice change from cheddar, in fact I think that this is my new favourite and I heartily recommend it. I did use dried basil, which I felt was fine in this dish. Thank you, Deantini, very good recipe, made for ZWT8 Family Picks.

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Karen Elizabeth August 30, 2012

When making this, I used an immersion stick blender to whip the eggs, milk and flour together. I always enjoy the salty, tangy flavor of feta. I grated the potato and onion over a strainer just to drain any excess liquids off. I made this for Zaar World Tour 8 for the Bistro Babes team.

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Charlotte J July 31, 2012

This was lovely for an easy dinner with salad, I loved the addition of the grated potato but I must say I missed the "punchiness" that a sharper cheese provides..nice for something different though!

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**Mandy** January 20, 2012

Nice crustless Quiche. I will try it with fresh basil next time. Made for Everyday Holiday Tag. :)

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Lori Mama November 21, 2010

Very good quiche which we enjoyed with some cook vegetables. As I didn't have any self-rising flour, I used regular flour and 1 tsp baking powder and I also used the food processor to shred the onion and potato which seemed to work fairly well. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ November 15, 2010
Crustless Quiche #2 W/Bacon and Feta