Hubby says a solid 4 of 5; why not 5? Well, its quiche, and he's 63 and from the generation that real men don't eat quiche, hAha. We didn't add tomatoes (served them sliced as a side) but we added diced ham and a couple of shakes of hot sauce and black pepper to give it more kick. Quick, easy Friday pm dinner with those side tomatoes I mentioned plus biscuits, It was quite good!
YUM! Came out perfect! Put in some sautéed spinach and mushrooms with a little garlic, topped with Roma tomatoes...will make it again!
I made this on 9/09/08 for the "Breakfast Anytime Challenge" in the Cooking Photo Forum, and as part of mine and SO's dinner. Since it was just my SO and myself, I cut the broccoli down to 1 1/2 cups, and only used 3/4ths of a large tomato.The rest of the ingredients remained the same.The directions were so easy to follow, that even a new bride could make this and impress her mother-in-law.The taste was pretty good, we both thought that it could have used something like garlic powder, and ground black pepper to give it a bit more flavor. But other than that it was a very good dish. Thank you for posting and, "Keep Smiling :)"
Great recipe to work with! I wanted to make something similar with a bunch of spinach and onion I needed to use up. I wasn't sure if my substitutions would work out, but it came out perfectly! I'd guess you could substitute the broccoli and tomato with a similar amount of just about any veggie. Besides using spinach instead of broccoli, I only used 1 cup of cheddar cheese. Seriously, delicious!
This is a delicious recipe. I made this as written, and I loved the beautiful colors. I really liked the no crust aspecto cut down on the calories. It made a lovely brunch dish. I did serve green chile salsa on the side, and picante sauce for guests. Really, and easy to make easy to eat recipe. Thanks for sharing.
After seeing Bergy's beautiful photos and reading her review - just had to try this Casserole!! :) It was delicious! Did cut out on the cheese - used about 1/2 cup of low fat mozzarella cheese and used low-fat milk. Also added a dash of Tabasco! Thanks! ;)
Had this for a light Summer dinner and it hit the spot. I cut way back on the cheese (much as I love cheese). I used one triangle of light laughting cow and 1 oz of lite Havarti and it was still delicious. I added 1 tsp of Mama Africa's zulu sauce - I do love spice. Thanks for a delish dinner.
Lovely, thank you! I was juggling a few other things in the oven so this ended up being re-heated a bit, but was still great! We don't have Monterey Jack cheese here so I just used cheddar and a combination of a few others and it seemed to work equally well.
Made this for Easter brunch and am so happy I did. I was looking for a casserole that was lower in calories, and I will def. be making this again. It was easy to throw together and was very pleased with the results. Everything tasted so fresh! I also added breakfast turkey sausage - which made the meal for my boyfriend.