3 Reviews

I liked the idea of this, but like the previous reviewer said, it was a bit bland. It smelled like the Italian herbs, but that flavor didn't come through very strongly. I used a bag of Steamfresh brown rice, and a teaspoon of dried parsley for the crust; and canned asparagus, whole wheat flour, and two four-ounce cups of All Whites for the filling. I also skipped the margarine, and didn't miss it. I did microwave the filling, but I baked the crust in the oven, and the entire thing after pouring the filling into the crust. It took about 45 minutes on 350. Thanks for posting.

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brokenburner September 21, 2009

This was good but a bit bland. The intro said any veggies you had on hand could be used so I used broccoli instead of asparagus. The crust turned out to be quite nice. I was afraid it would stick since the directions didn't include greasing the pie place but it didn't stick at all. The quiche was very quick and easy to make. The directions were very good. Next time I would add some cheese as suggested in the introduction. Made for Keep That Resolution: Lite and Low Recipes Event.

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Dreamer in Ontario January 15, 2009

I didn't have brown rice ready, so I made a crust using Ground Flaxseed, Wheat Bran, Parmesean Cheese, and the other ingredients called-for. Also, since I have fresh, free-range duck eggs on-hand (from our pets), I used Duck Egg whites instead of egg substitute. It was really yummy and my Hubby liked it too! :)

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rocketship8 January 30, 2008
Microwave Veggie Quiche With Brown Rice Crust