7 Reviews

Just right for the ingredients I wanted. Great tasting. Like the addition of the nutmeg.

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Madray14 October 06, 2013

Quite nice! We added sun dried tomatoes and pre baked the pie crust for ten minutes to avoid the typical soggy quiche crust. The cayenne and nutmeg sound like unusual choices for quiche spices, but both really added a nice but subtle kick. Love this recipe.

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krasnesky1 December 28, 2012

This was OK. It had a nice flavor, I realized I just wasnt crazy about the artichokes in it. It was very pretty coming out of the over.

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Dallas Chef W/Out Time January 15, 2012

This was amazing. Easy to make and all the flavors played perfectly off of each other. I am always looking for fresh, healthy recipes to add to our family repertoire....this definitely fits the bill!

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mikkishelles April 29, 2010

I used a tortilla for the pie crust, but otherwise followed the recipe. It baked to a nice brown. It was moist and very tasty. It is going to be a favorite. Thanks!

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Madray7 March 29, 2008

I thought this was really good! The flavor combination with the cayenne and pine nuts. Hats off to the chef. 5 stars here!

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bitterman February 24, 2008

This was easy to put together, interesting flavors. Next time I will probably leave out the cayenne pepper as it competes with the other flavors and completely overwhelms the nutmeg. The pinenuts give it an nice crunch.

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Alskann February 23, 2008
Spinach Artichoke Quiche