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I used a combination of Mozzarella and Provolone, and added sliced pepperoni, baby spinach, onions, and sliced olives. It turned out great!!!
My first quiche ever and whoa! Fluffy, yummy, perfect! I went the bacon path (with the optional Parmesan) and could't believe how well it turned out. I thought making quiches was supposed to be hard (like there was some kind of trick to it...like a soufflÃ©) but this was a cake-walk! Thanks for the recipe...I'm going to use it again and again!!!
This is a great, easy quiche recipe. I have used this many times now. I usually put in some fresh, lightly steamed broccoli, fresh mushrooms, and bacon. Today I added some tomatoes too. This turns out wonderful each time.
"I love it so much my tongue waters," says 6 year old Joel. He actually picks this recipe over homemade pizza!!! (To my DH's dismay -- he loves pizza.) We've made this quiche many times with Quick n Easy Quiche Crust "Quick n Easy Quiche Crust" and always put crumbled sausage, sometimes mushrooms, and LOTS of cheese! "My tongue is dreaming about quiche," Joel says. We could make this recipe every week! We make it exactly as directed. Tasty and easy to make -- requirements for a perfect, 5-star recipe.
This was great. I used it as a basic recipe and added 2 c cooked vegetables. Was great when it was first baked, good for breakfast the next morning, and made a great left over dinner that night. I used skim milk and it still had a nice texture. Next time I'll reduce the veggies to 1 1/2 c. Was a little too veggie with 2c. Thanks for posting.
I made my quiche w/ bacon, spinach, onions and mushrooms. It was excellent! When sautÃ©ing the spinach, onion, & mushrooms in the bacon grease, I seasoned the veggies w/ cayenne pepper, salt, garlic powder & pepper. It was simple and the best brunch meal I've made to date!! Thanks for posting it.
Absolutely fool proof and DELICIOUS! I made this with freshly graded swiss cheese, and a small handful of pre-grated cheddar. I cooked bacon, put green onions, and un-cooked broccoli tops finely chopped...my family RAVED over this and begged that I make it again. This morning I am using leftover thanksgiving ham chopped up instead of bacon...I love this recipe because there's no limit on your creativity...you can use different cheeses, and fillers, choose spinach, mushrooms, and tomatos, whatever your heart desires!
Great basic recipe for a quiche. I added sauteed onions, 4 strips of bacon, and 10 oz of broccoli. I used 1% milk. It turned out great. Thanks for a yummy recipe!
Used this recipe as a base three different times and the results were delicious as always! The parmesan cheese (freshly grated, if possible) is a must! For brunch we made an Italian version using leftover salami, prosciutto, smoked mozzarella (sub for cheddar)and sauteed green peppers and creminis.Very important if using fresh veggies to saute first, they will never cook otherwise. Rimmed the pie crust with foil to prevent it from over browning & removed it 15 minutes before it was done. Baked for 50 minutes and let sit for 5 before serving. Delicious! Thanks again for a great start!
This turned out perfect. I added leftover bacon and a 4oz can of chopped mushrooms (drained). I liked the idea of tossing the cheddar cheese with flour. Definitely add parmesan to the egg mixture; it adds a lot of flavor. I had to cover the crust half way through; baked a total of 50 minutes.