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Excellent recipe! Threw it together and into the oven in 15 minutes, then took the dog for a walk while it baked (how convenient!). I added a box of thawed, drained spinach, and next time I'll decrease the milk by half a cup since my finished product turned out a little soggy. But overall, a great recipe!
Honestly, by far the best quiche ever. I did substitute a harvest/ herbs de provence blend instead of italian spices and about 1/3 of my spinach was fresh. So so yummy!!
Loved every single bite, down the crustless crumb! I love mushrooms, and I love the diced onion in it too. I did use whole eggs, because, at the price of eggs, we just used the whole protein, and all of it was wonderful! I sprayed the top with green onion, and a bit of large coarse sea salt. This worked perfectly for a snowy weekend, when we worked so hard, but didn't have a lot of time to cook. Served with slice tomatoes and cucumbers. Made for *Heart Healthy Month* Diabetic Forum February 2010
This was awesome! I didn't have any spinach so chopped up broccoli and it turned out great. I didn't miss the yolk or heavy cheese other quiches normally have at all. Yum!
This was good even though DS didn't like it. Usually I don't put salt but I think it would have been great, or maybe other spices. I used 4 eggs instead of all whites. I used a 250 g package of mushrooms, half an onion and fresh baby spinach. It could be great to add reduced fat mozzarella cheese on top while baking. Thanks Annacia. Made for Zaar Star Game
I can't say how good this is as I haven't tried it yet. I was just looking for a low fat quiche recipe to give this hint. Instead of a pie crust for your favorite quiche recipe, use wheat germ. Just gease the pan (heavily) and coat with toasted or raw wheat germ. Just be careful not to disturb the coating when you add the filling. I like toasted better, but the raw is nutritionally superior. Works with any recipe.
This recipe is quite a find! I'm surprised I liked it, because I don't like eggs or anything that tastes remotely like them. I used eggology egg substitute, fat-free soymilk, and omitted the parmesan cheese. Maybe that's why I felt it could use some salt. I also used 8 oz of fresh mushrooms, which was more than 2 cups, but that's okay for a mushroom lover! I wasn't sure what size a "quiche pan" was, but I used a 10-inch round dish that's 2 1/4" deep and it worked fine... I had it in the oven for an hour, which may have been a bit long, but the center still looked "jiggly" before then! All in all, this is a wonderful recipe, one that I plan on tinkering with to come up with other variations. Thanks!!
This made for a wonderful tasty lunch! Used egg beaters and some fresh spinach. Made for 123 Tag. Thanks Annacia! :)
Very good! I used egg substitute and it worked well. This would be good for any meal, any time of day! I want to make it again and add feta cheese, I think that would be fabulous! Thanks!
Very good quiche! What drew me to this recipe was that it was so low fat. I used egg beaters and followed everything else perfectly. The flavors all blended well. Thanks so much for posting! Made for photo swap '08.