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I note that there is no reference about the swiss cheese in the instructions yet this is a good recipe
I wanted to make quiche but didn't have enough milk or cream. We had lots of freshly homemade plain yogurt, though! I made 2 pie crusts (with 1/2 whole wheat pastry flour) and made this quiche with sausage instead of bacon and jack cheese instead of swiss, since that's what I had on hand. I also omitted the onions since they give my husband indigestion. Making 2 of these could have used a bit more filling, but they came out very nice--the texture was smooth and the flavor was yummy. I will definitely be using this as my basic quiche go-to recipe in the future since it is so simple and I always have plain yogurt in the fridge and eggs from my chickens.
This was delicious. It is a light and fluffy quiche. Very flavorful. I followed the directions exactly, using swiss gruyere chese. It was an eash satisfying meal. I only gave it 4 stars because I think the directions need some clarification. The directions do not mention when to add the swiss cheese. I put the cheese in on top of the bacon and onions, before adding the egg/yogurt mixture. It came out beautiful, but had just a little too much filling for a 9-inch deep dish crust. Next time I think I will divide it into two pans. And I may add mushrooms and spinach.
This quiche received rave reviews from my family! It came out very fluffy. I added about a 1/2 cup of spinach, in addition to the bacon and onions, and made 1 deep dish. I made a simple homemade crust.