Sharon, this is a very, very yummy quiche recipe!!!! It is very easy to make, has such a great, crunchy crust with a mmmmm lovely tasting filling. We especially enjoyed the herb mix! I used 2 tbs fresh basil, 1 heaping ts of dried rosemary and thyme, cause thats all I had on hand. Im sure using all fresh herbs would make it even more outstanding! Due to dietary reasons I used all whole spelt flour in the crust and left out oil, thus needing more water (about 7-8 tbs). The tart baked up beautifully in the given time and looked very springlike and appetising. Ill surely make this again! THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this treat with us! Made and reviewed for Undercover and Magic of herbs-two events in the Photo Forum June 2010.
Wow! this is delicious, simple and perfect warm or cold. Because of time constraints today, i made it with puff pastry into a galette (open faced tart) which worked very well! I also garnished with a few cooking lavender leaves
Wowzers! 10 stars if I could! This was delicious! Delicious! Delicious! I don't know what to say......everything about this recipe was just perfect. The cheese, herbs, tomato, olive oil, what a perfect combination! I truly enjoyed this while traveling Normandy with the rest of the "Cooks With Dirty Faces gang seeking the worlds finest cheese for ZWT5 All Aboard Challenge. P.S these would be great served at a dinner party :)
LOOKS and sounds delicious! Almost gave it a try. But noticed it is quite high in fat content and cholesterol -presumably due to cheese. Darn that cheese!