I found this quiche recipe to be authentic in it's ingredients.I spent some time in a French household several years back and this recipe seems almost exactly what I remember the hostess preparing. Thankyou joyce Laneyrie
I was expecting a simplistic recipe but instead was provided a recipe with ingredients that I have never heard of (Gruyere Cheese) and measurement values that require research (150 ml of milk). I think the consideration should be made for those of us who are new to this internet age and they should keep in mind that the cookers of the household are middle aged women who are use to regular methods of measurement.
Great filling! I like making my own butter crust though.
This Quiche had the most wonderful flavor and texture. I used 5 oz. shredded Gruyere cheese and shredded ham and 4 eggs with 8 oz. whipping cream. I omitted the cayenne pepper and used about 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg. Took a little longer to bake (about 1 hour in my toaster oven) because of the extra eggs, but well worth it. Thanks, I will be adding this recipe to my breakfast rotation list. *Update* Feb. 7 09: Made this again today and added sliced asparagus, very good.
This is a great recipe for a quiche. I always use Gruyere cheese and sometimes mix it with swiss. Its my favorite cheese. This is one fantastic quiche. Very similar to one I have made with bacon or crab. It made me want to start fixing quiche again. Its a definate 5. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Pam W for your great original Quiche Lorraine. I lost my own recipe, and went looking for one this morning on Zaar, found yours and we enjoyed it tremendiously. You deserve 5 Stars from my family.
Dutchas- if you ever have a problem converting measurements, there is a handy tool on the right of the recipe that does it for you. Simply press U.S., and there you go. By the way, I am a frequent user of this site, and the main "cooker" of my household, and I am NOT a middle aged woman.