Crust-Less Quiche

This is a fabulous basic Quiche dish that doesn't require a crust (just pie shaped cookware), but a crust can certainly be used if you'd like! The ingredients can also be altered if you'd like. This one uses asparagus & tomato, but it's also great with sausage, crab, and bacon! Enjoy!

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  • Preheat oven to 325.
  • 1. Slice the tomato leaving about 5 of your largest full circles aside.
  • 2. Chop all the remaining tomato & asparagus.
  • 3. In a large bowl, mix all the other ingredients (not the veggies) & whisk until well blended.
  • 4. Add the veggies, except for you 5 tomato circles.
  • 5. Pour the mixture into a standard oven safe dish.
  • 6. Place your 5 tomato circles on top - just for aesthetics.
  • 7. Bake in oven about 12-15 minutes. You can test by gently shaking the dish & making sure that the egg in the center is solid.
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"This is a fabulous basic Quiche dish that doesn't require a crust (just pie shaped cookware), but a crust can certainly be used if you'd like! The ingredients can also be altered if you'd like. This one uses asparagus & tomato, but it's also great with sausage, crab, and bacon! Enjoy!"
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  1. FlyingCook
    This is a delicious basic quiche. It doesn%u2019t taste low-fat and we don%u2019t miss the crust at all. I throw in whatever veggies or fresh herbs I have on hand and will often add bacon or ham. It always comes out tasting great.
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  2. craftykeya
    Love this recipe...easy to follow - I also used spinach rather than asparagus - sautéed it first with onion and ham. This recipe is a great base for so many options. Thank you!
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  3. ofox208
    I substituted 3/4 cup of spinach since I didn't have asparagus and it was still awesome! Great recipe!
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  4. afox8851
    This was fantastic! I made two, one with and one without the crust, so everyone would be happy and I certainly wasn't missing out by omitting the crust! thanks!
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  5. Chill
    I'm making this for a second time! It's a great low cal, low fat recipe. I threw in some chopped ham, asparagus, fresh basil, fresh dill and a few pieces of chopped tomato. Today, I'll do broccoli, ham and fresh herbs. Thanks for the recipe!
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