I really enjoyed this recipe, thanks much! I sauteed 1 medium onion and about 10 oz of fresh spinach. Added a smidge of nutmeg. Mixed onion / spinach and chopped swiss cheese to the egg/milk/flour mixture. Baked at 350 degrees F for 45 minutes. The flour made a nice thin 'crust' and I thought it was excellent. Will use this again - trying other veggie / meat combos!
I was looking for a basic recipe to adapt to some leftover things we had in the fridge. This is a great find and will be a regular in our household. I used the same basic recipe, but substituted fat-free evaporated milk for the regular milk (I always do this in quiches for some reason). We didn't have self-raising flour, so I used a half cup of regular flour plus a half tsp of baking powder. For the add-ins, I used goat cheese, green onions, and broiled salmon that we had on hand. Excellent recipe!
This recipe was quick and simple, and a great way to use whatever veggies I have on hand. I've made this twice, the first time with asparagus, spinach, cheddar, and feta cheese, and the second time with broccoli, spinach, cheddar and parmesan. Both times I substituted a couple tbsp olive oil for the butter and added some dill, and both times it came out PERFECT. Delicious flavor, very moist and fluffy. This will be my go-to base quiche recipe. I think I'll try it with salmon and spinach next. Thanks for posting.
So easy, so delicious - and so very versatile - all element s that make this a recipe that I'll certainly be making again and again, and enjoy playing with a lot! :) On this occasion, I added some minced garlic, rosemary, sage and thymes (just have to include garlic and herbs). I used all of the optional ingredients and added a couple of handfuls of baby spinach leaves in step 4. I minced myy onion instead of chopping it; no risk then of it ruining the dish by its still being a bit crunchy. I used unsalted butter and low fat milk but regular cheese (low fat cheese? I'd rather omit it!) Thank you for a truly wonderful recipe! Made for Ali Baba's Babes for ZWT 5.
I reviewed this and it didn't show up... here goes again! Made this last night, an excellent crustless quiche which I have come to prefer over the traditional version. I didn't have asparagus after all, so I added a handful of fresh chopped herbs.. parsley, mint and dill, which added a lovely fresh taste. it was easy to make and presented beautifully, I served it with savoury green beans, and dinner was on the table in less than an hour, an excellent mid-week supper. Thanks for sharing a great recipe! :)
I thought this was amazing! I did make a few alterations to make it a bit healthier. I used 4 egg white and one whole egg, skim milk, less than a 1/4 cup of butter and a 1/2 cup cheddar cheese. I ended up omitting the onion as it turns out the one I had here was not fit for eating. I split the recipe into two slightly smaller pie pans and topped one with bacon and the other with broccoli. We ended up loving it and wishing that I had doubled the recipe not split it! All four of us agreed that this was the best quiche I had made so far. I can't wait to make it again. Thanks so much for posting!
This was fantastic! Used homemade English muffins from this site and substituted smoked salmon for the ham. Added rosated tomatoes and spinach. What a great Valentine's Day brunch!
This is quick and easy crustless quiche. I can't believe how much is poofed. A good basic recipe to play with. I used leftover salmon and steamed some asparagus to go in it.
Made this today....with both the bacon and the salmon.....it's all gone already. 'Nuff said. Thanks.
What a great basic quiche! It is so easy to make and so versatile. I added frozen spinach, cheddar, and salmon to the egg mixture and then topped with halved cherry tomatoes, grated Parmesan, and fresh snipped chives. It looked beautiful and tasted great. Best of all, it went together quickly and then gave me 45 minutes to do other things while it cooked.